Our round-up of the latest Wellesley, Mass., business news:
StretchMed extends into Wellesley Square
Wellesley Square will soon welcome StretchMed Studios to its sweat strip, which already includes Orangetheory, Btone, B/Spoke, The Bar Method, H.Y.P. Studio).
StretchMed will open at 85 Central St., formerly the location of various fashion stores and a salon.
StretchMed specializes in partner-assisted stretching to help keep you limber and fit. StretchMed was founded by Brian Cook, who also started up Get in Shape for Women, which used to have a Wellesley location.
We don’t think it’s a stretch to suggest that dedicated stretching studios, like juice bars a few years ago, could become the next business trend in Wellesley. We need just 1 more in town to make it officially a trend. StretchLab, a husband-and-wife operation, has already announced plans to open in Linden Square this winter to offer one-on-one and small group stretching (and StretchMed promotional cards have been seen on car windshields in Linden Square…). In Newton, Lymbr offers personalized stretching as well. No doubt some of Wellesley’s dozens of other fitness spots offer stretching, too.
Wellesley Bank celebrates re-opening
Wellesley Bank celebrated the re-opening of its Wellesley Square office at 40 Central St., having renovated the space for more modern banking.
Pictured left to right: Anna Reytblat, AVP, Premier Office Manager of Wellesley Square, Thomas Fontaine, President/CEO, Wendy
Bradley, SVP, Retail Banking, Henry Connors, SVP, Deposit Operations.
Town seeks bidders for parking lot
The town of Wellesley, acting through its Board of Selectmen, invites proposals for the lease of 240 square feet of land at 24 Eaton Court (Eaton Court Municipal Parking Lot), adjacent to 254 Washington St. for the ingress and egress and parking of motor vehicles in conjunction with businesses located at 254 Washington St.
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