Friday, December 21, 2012
A national nutrition supplement retailer is coming to Waltham.
GNC, a national nutrition supllement retailer, plans to open a store in Waltham. GNC plans to open at 1030 Main St., known as the Main Street Markpetplace. A sign for the store was hanging during a Wednesday, Dec. 12 visit to the site and the company appears on a list of tenants for the site, according to the site's realtor, The Dartmouth Company. No listing for the new store appears on GNC's website. The new plaza has come under recent scrutiny for mistakes in construction that could impact the proposed Five Guys, Panera Bread and Chipotle.
Monday, December 10, 2012
An update on the proposed second Panera Bread in Waltham.
Panera Bread proposed a second location in Waltham months ago, but what has happened since then? Well, months after their June hearing for a special fast food permit to open a a new location at the new Main Street Marketplace at 1030 Main St., the city's Rules & Ordinance Committee and Panera Bread are asking for more time to review the application, according to city council records. No reason was immediately given for the request. Panera Bread tweeted on Wednesday, Dec. 5, that it was aiming to open the new location in March, if "all goes according to plan." More information may be revealed during the Monday, Dec. 10 City Council meeting.
Sunday, December 2, 2012
The new business is located at Main Street Marketplace.
Doctors Express, a new urgent care center, has opened its Waltham location at 1030 Main St. The new medical care facility officially opened after a Thursday, Nov. 29 ribbon-cutting event, according to a press release. “We look forward to becoming part of the Waltham/MetroWest community, providing patients with affordable and convenient healthcare fast, so they can receive the medical care they need without losing hours in the day," said Dave Adams, the manager of Doctors Express in Waltham in a statement. Mayor Jeanette McCarthy, State Rep. John Lawn and City Councilor Gary Marchese also attended the opening. The health care center aims to provide care at a lower cost than emergency rooms and in under one hour. Five Guys, Chipotle, …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Doctor's Express plans to open in Waltham soon.
Doctors Express's urgent care center plans to open in Waltham on Dec. 1, according to company officials. The urgent care center, to be located at the Main Street Marketplace at 1030 Main St., plans to open for business on Dec. 1, according to Dave Adams, the owner/manager of the Waltham site. "It's an absolute need in the community," Adams said during a recent interview with Waltham Patch. "We really wanted to be in Waltham and be part of the broader business community in Waltham." On Dec. 1, the facility will hold an open house to kickoff its opening, Adams said. Doctors Express joins iParty, which is already open at the site, and Chipotle, Panera Bread, Five Guys, Massage Envy, European Wax Center and Aspen Dental, which all have plans …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Find out which company has plans for the Main Street Marketplace.
A European Wax Center location is coming to the Main Street Marketplace in Waltham, according to the company's website. On its website, the company lists a new location as opening at the new plaza in Feburary of 2013. The company, which has 385 locations nationwide, offers female grooming services. Five Guys, Chipotle, Panera Bread, Doctors Express and Massage Envy also plan to open locations at the plaza.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Find out where the dental services chain plans to open in Waltham.
Aspen Dental, the dental services chain, is planning to open a location at the new Main Street Marketplace in Waltham, according to several sources. The company is hiring for dental jobs in Waltham and a sign announcing its arrival was hanging in the window of a Main Street Marketplace storefront last week. While it is not known when the store will open, it joins other company including Chipotle, Five Guys, Panera Bread and Massage Envy who have proposed locations for the site. One store, iParty, has already opened at the site.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Doctor's Express would be located at the Main Street Marketplace.
Doctors Express, an urgent care center chain, is planning to open a location in Waltham, according to its website. While the website does not specify exactly where it would be located, a sign for Doctor's Express appeared in a window at the Main Street Marketplace site last week. The plaza's realtor, The Dartmouth Company, shows the company as one of the tenant's on it website. The centers focus on providing lab services, x-rays, occupational therapy and doctor's offiices. Urgent care centers, in general, are not common in Massachusetts but are showing up in more state communities, according to the Boston Globe. The centers typically provide medical care much at a cheaper cost than a traditional hosptial, according to the paper, which …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
The burger chain would be located at the Main Street Marketplace.
Plans for a Five Guys burger chain restaurant in Waltham took one step closer to becoming a reality on Oct. 22. Five Guys representatives, during the Oct. 22 Waltham City Council meeting, presented details of its plans for the restaurant to be built at the Main Street Marketplace. The company's application for a fast food permit, which is required to open its doors, was referred to the City Council's Ordinance & Rules Committee for further review. The store would span 2,501 square feet and have 56 interior seats as well as some exterior seats, according to the attorney Joseph Connors, an attorney for Five Guys. The store would open at 11 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. daily, Connors said. The restaurant's peak hours would likely be 12 p.m. - 1…
Monday, October 22, 2012
The public is welcome to attend tonight's hearing.
A public hearing for Five Guys' plans to open a store in at the Main Street Marketplace in Waltham will be held tonight during the City Council meeting at City Hall. Project officials will present their plans for a hamburger restaurant during the 8 p.m. hearing. Specifically, the company is seeking a fast-food permit, which the City Council must approve before the location can open.
Find out whether the massage company is planning to open a Waltham store.
Massage Envy is coming to Waltham's new Main Street Marketplace, according to several sources. The company's website lists the location as "coming soon," and the site's realtor, The Dartmouth Company, says the company plans to open a location at the site. The company offers massage and stress relief services. The company joins the list of companies planning to open at the site including Five Guys, Panera Bread and Chipotle.