Year in Review: New Business in Crestwood and Sunset Hills
Puricelli's Deli, Ross Dress for Less, and America's Incredible Pizza Co. arrived in 2012.
Crestwood's Newest Deli Specializes in Sandwiches, Soups, Pasta: The owner of Imo's Pizza suffered a spring fire, and re-opened the space with his own concept after Thanksgiving.
America's Incredible Pizza Co. Opens Behind Ronnie's Plaza: America's Incredible Pizza Co. recently invested $1.5 million to renovate the former Hammer's Food and Fun, 5254 S. Lindberg Blvd.
Ross Dress for Less Coming to Sunset Hills: The department store opened in October.
Martial Arts Studio Owner Opens Bar for Pool, Darts Lovers: Crestwood resident William Winkler opened the World Martial Arts Academy more than 20 years ago. This fall he introduced his billiards and darts-focused bar called Pints & Rails.
Attention Shoppers: Sunset Hills' Stein Mart is Open for Business: The former Borders store opened with its new tenant in March.
A Tour Through the New Nolan Office Interiors: Sunset Hills Mayor Bill Nolan moved his business from Crestwood Court to a new space on Gravois.
Anytime Fitness Celebrates Ribbon Cutting: The fitness center came to Crestwood in April.
Italian Restaurant Trattoria Toscana Quietly Opens in Sunset Hills: Alban Ziu moved this Affton favorite down Gravois Road this fall.
South County Teachers' Supply Store Debuts Larger Space: The Teachers' Lounge, a family-owned educational supply store, recently relocated from Mehlville to a larger space at 21 Ronnie's Plaza.
Sunset Hills Welcomes New Nail, Hair Salons: Nail Envy and Sports Clips celebrated ribbon cuttings on Lindbergh Boulevard.