Here’s a roundup of some of the latest business news in Wellesley…
E.A. Davis gets its Daddy’s Home 2 cameo
We haven’t seen the new movie Daddy’s Home 2 yet, but if you do plan to catch it be sure to watch for the inside of Wellesley’s E.A. Davis store, where shooting took place this past spring. E.A. Davis’s Rob Skolnick says “Fairly small scene, but some really nice shots of the interior. A really fun experience for sure.”
What he seems even more excited about now is the uptick in activity in new businesses in Church Square, with the Smith & Wollensky steakhouse and Fastachi nut shop opening soon.
Law firm expands into Wellesley
Margolis & Bloom, an estate and long-term care planning law firm, has opened an office in the Wellesley Office Park off of Rte. 9 west at 100 William St., suite 220.
The 25-year-old firm has also moved its Boston office near the marathon finish line and has a Framingham presence, too.
Wellesley Swan song
With Stuart Swan Furniture moving on from Wellesley, the historic yellow building at the corner of Central Street and Weston Road in Wellesley Square has swapped signs out front to harken back to its Hathaway House roots.
Wellesley insurance pro honored
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