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Located in the vibrant city of Minneapolis overlooking the Mississippi River, Luna is pleased to offer a selection of luxury studio, one and two bedroom apartments with living room options available! These pet-friendly open concept apartments are equipped with contemporary furniture and hardware, stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, Silestone countertops, wood vinyl flooring, spacious carpeted bedrooms with walk-in closets, in-house washer and dryer, and USB outlets ! In addition to professional on-site management and 24-hour emergency support, Luna residents enjoy access to a host of amenities including a fitness center, comprehensive business center, Luxer suite room, bicycle storage, rooftop lounge with grilling area and a fire pit and dog and pet washing station on site! Convenient to Transportation Luna is located directly off I-94, just steps from the Metro Bus Line, Blue & Green Light Rail lines, Nice Ride Bike Rentals and more! Call today to schedule your tour!
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Luna is located in Minneapolis, MN in zip code 55454. This apartment community was built in 2019 and has 6 stories with 85 units.
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View all classes Opening hours Tuesday 9:00 6:00 Wednesday 9:00 6:00 Thursday 9:00 6:00 Friday 9:00 6:00 Saturday 9 :00 PM 5:00 PM Sunday Closed Flor de Maíz at 29 E. Cabrillo Blvd. is among the businesses that opened in Santa Barbara in 2019. From left are Hector Arellano, general manager, Francisco Cavazos, executive chef, and Carlos Luna, owner. (Joshua Molina / photo)
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BizHawk featured 21 restaurants that opened, from the fast and creative Dave’s Dog’s on Milpas Street to the well-known brand Jeannine’s at Hollister Village Plaza in Goleta. We wrote about the opening of five new coffee shops in 2019, from the venerable Starbucks drive-thru to Turnpike Road and Krispy Kreme in Santa Maria, to the eco-friendly latest, Caje.
And despite State Street’s much-discussed problems, the strip has been home to several new restaurants: Embermill, The Project — Corazon Cocina & Taproom, Oppi’z Italian Restaurant and Apna Indian Cuisine.
Institution Ale, which started in Camarillo, began serving beer in the old Pierre LaFond building. Onus Donuts opened and Vive was rebranded Eleven14 Craft Beer and Sports Bar.
The team behind Los Agaves has opened Flor de Maiz, an Oaxacan-style Mexican restaurant that specializes in mole. The restaurant took over half of the old El Torito, which lived and died on its Sunday buffet during the day. The other half of the old El Torito building is also now home to Oku, a California-Asian food restaurant owned by Opal entrepreneur Tina Takaya.
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“The goal is to create a place for locals by the water where locals feel like family and visitors feel like locals,” Takaya said.
And while many foodies tend to think of Santa Barbara as a culinary hotspot, Goleta is gaining more and more prominence as a restaurant destination. With the city’s recent explosion in development, the steady growth of tech companies and the long-awaited, long-awaited arrival of Target, Goleta is where the people are.
In addition to Jeannine’s, Mesa Burger replaced Kahuna Grill in the Camino Real Marketplace. (Mesa Burger, by the way, plans to open on Coast Village Road in 2020 to bring the growing burger empire to three locations).
Süp & Jüs, which sells soup and juice, was opened in Hollister Village by the team that owns Kyle’s Kitchen. In Calle Real Shopping Center, San Francisco chef and Sri Lankan native Rajesh Selvaratnam has opened Masala Spice Indian Kitchen. A few doors down, Boba and Woody’s Pizza Online jumped on board. Sells made-to-order pizzas through mostly online orders.
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“Over the last decade, Goleta has been slowly developing, so it’s a great location with all the businesses around,” he said in December.
Santa Barbara’s Public Market continues to grow with the opening of restaurants Wabi Sabi Sushi and vegan Middle Eastern bar Fala.
Dominic Schiach and Carmen Deforest have launched The Daisy, a new restaurant at 1221 State Street in downtown Santa Barbara. (Joshua Molina / photo)
Sears, one of Santa Barbara’s few shopping destinations for working-class people, has closed its doors in La Cumbre Plaza, a casualty of the national retail chain’s larger woes. The nearby auto center also closed. Along with Macy’s, Sears was one of the anchors of La Cumbre Plaza. It is unclear what the future holds for the site, but the property is proposing to build housing in the site’s parking area.
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“Lack of volume, lack of sales,” owner Josiah Jenkins said. “And lack of support from suppliers. We just can’t compete.” Jedlicka’s in Los Olivos remains open.
Restaurants continued to move away from State Street. In Santa Barbara, it obviously wasn’t like Mike. Jersey Mike’s sandwich shop quietly closed its doors in April.
“The concept, their business plan, didn’t work downtown,” said Adam Gibb, director of asset management for Sima Corporation, which manages the property.
Goa Taco and Brat House also left town in June and August respectively. Another longtime popular restaurant has closed its doors in Goleta: Ming Dynasty, next to the new Target in Goleta, has served lunch and dinner to countless people for the past 40 years.
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Coffee continued to grow its footprint. Caje Coffee makes original coffee drinks and does not offer disposable cups. You have to drink in the restaurant or buy a cup to go. Ryan Patronyk, Troy Yamasaki and Sean Sepulveda have expanded from Isla Vista and opened a new restaurant on Haley Street.
Victor Bernald and Emma Kopp star in a virtual reality experience at Surreal Virtual Reality Studios, which has opened in downtown Santa Barbara. (Joshua Molina / photo)
“We’re trying to offer people an experiment that’s not your traditional coffee shop,” Yamasaki said. “Our passion and desire is to create an otherworldly experience.”
Low Pigeon Cafe, a name derived from a combination of owners Rich Low, MattPigeon and Dennis Medina, opened across the street from Caje in the 400 block of East Haley Street. Caffe Luxx opened in Montecito Country Mart, and Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts opened in Santa Maria.
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Perhaps the most interesting of all discoveries in 2019, however, was not a restaurant or a cafe, but the unreal surreal virtual reality.
Westmont alumnus Alejandro Carvajal opened the unique experiential destination at 436 State St. Suite B in November and people have been flooding his establishment ever since. Whether it’s the shooter game John Wick, Fruit Ninja, Beat Sabre, SuperHot or several other game options, the new business has helped silence criticism that there is nothing for young people to do downtown.
Carvajal actually has games for almost all ages, even the lower end theBlu, which lets people explore the ocean and visit sea life and creatures.
“Other than bars and breweries and restaurants, there’s not much people can do downtown,” Carvajal said. “If it can be imagined and coded, it can exist in virtual reality.”
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