Changes coming to Redstone |

Changes coming to Redstone


The University of Utah health clinic at Redstone Village is planning to expand.

Susan Terry, medical director for the university’s Community Clinics, said specialists in Ear Nose and Throat as well as Urology will be joining the clinic and sharing space with the existing specialties of dermatology, cardiology, orthopedics, sports medicine and infertility. These are in addition to the primary care practice, she said.

The expansion will begin this summer and should be complete before fall.

Their adjacent neighbor is the home décor store Paisley Pomegranate. The expansion will require them to move.

Beadniks, the high-end bead store, was planning to close its doors in October anyway, said owner and former Redstone Village Merchants Association President Tom Richardson. To accommodate the moves, he will shutter his shop June 5 and permit Paisley Pomegranate to take his space.

Merchandise at the bead store is now on sale.

Richardson said he will finish his term as the Kimball Junction Business Association president. He also has his other business, The Park City Local Card. As an entrepreneur, Richardson said he has new projects in the works, but the economy took its toll on Beadniks.

The unique store is a franchise; the original is on Martha’s Vineyard. The shop was able to survive the first two years of the recession, but could not also compete with Michael’s Arts and Crafts when it opened last summer, he said.

Nearby, a store called RSVP by Linda that sells invitation stationery is relocating to from Kearns Boulevard to Suite 120 within the next 30 days, said property manager Jeff Machin with The Boyer Company.

Across the street, Don Hoffman Fine Art opened a new gallery next door to Redstone Gallery about four months ago, he said.

Paisley Pomegranate should also reopen in about 30 days, he added.

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