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By Lisa Dupuy | October 17, 2009
Going to Panera Bread in Glendale is like putting on your favorite jacket on a chilly autumn day. It?s warm, it goes with everything, and you feel good wearing it. You can trust that a meal at Panera will be comforting and good for you, the ambience will be warm and welcoming, and the experience will be relatively painless (sometimes, in life, the zipper does get stuck). Panera is a little like a modern cafeteria in that you order your food in one area and have it delivered in another.
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December 7, 2009
Total Woman Gym & Day Spa will implement personal TRX Suspension Training into all 10 Southern California locations, including its Glendale branch. TRX uses an individual’s body weight as resistance and was developed by Randy Hetrick, a Navy SEAL. Suspension training allow users to self-adjust the amount of resistance they want, making it suitable for people of all fitness levels by making small changes in foot, hand or body position. This capability empowers participants to continue with training, even when fatigue sets in, according to an announcement from the gym. Total Woman Gym & Day Spa’s Glendale location is at 601 N. Brand Blvd.
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July 11, 2009
The Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday will consider approving a sign variance for the new location of the restaurant Panera Bread, at 300 N. Brand Blvd. The variance, one of several the restaurant has had to procure, would allow for a mural, which is larger than what would normally be allowed for the California Avenue frontage. In the past few weeks, the restaurant has been obtaining variances for its signage and a proposed 10-by-70-foot wall mural to prepare for its opening. Construction at the corner site has been ongoing for weeks, and recently construction crews removed materials blocking the revamped store from public view, revealing a nearly completed interior.
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By Jeremy Oberstein | December 15, 2008
City officials and downtown merchants are celebrating next year’s anticipated Glendale move by Panera Bread, hoping the Midwest-based eatery helps revitalize a portion of the city plagued in part by vacant storefronts. The city’s Redevelopment Agency on Dec. 2 approved a 39-space parking exception for the restaurant at 300 N. Brand Blvd., and officials on Wednesday said they expect the site to open by summer. “We are very pleased to see one of these large faces occupied and appreciate the confidence, even in what’s not the greatest of times, of a new merchant on the block,” said Eric Olson, vice president of the Downtown Glendale Merchants Assn.
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May 24, 2010
TUESDAY The Glendale Redevelopment Agency will meet at 2:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, City Hall, at 613 E. Broadway. The zoning administrator's hearing is at 9:30 a.m. in Municipal Services Building, Room 105, at 633 E. Broadway. Call (818) 548-2140. The Crescenta Valley Chapter of Business Network International meets at 7 a.m. every Wednesday at the La CaƱada Flintridge Country Club. WEDNESDAY The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will have its Network A.M. from 7:15 to 9 a.m. at Panera Bread, at 300 N. Brand Blvd.
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December 20, 2010
Panera the setting for chamber event The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will host its Network A.M. event Wed., Dec. 22, from 7:15 to 9:00 a.m. at Panera Bread, 300 North Brand Blvd. Network and learn how to increase business relationships. For more information, call (818) 240-7870. Gym celebrates by opening new location Annabelle Rosemurgy, a personal fitness trainer who operates Equilibrium Pilates Studio at 420 S. Brand Blvd., celebrates the first birthday of her Glendale gym by opening a second location in Los Angeles.
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By Zain Shauk | December 10, 2009
DOWNTOWN — Goodwill is planning to open its third location in Glendale next month, expanding to a prominent Brand Boulevard site with a new thrift store model meant to fit into the downtown landscape, the company said Tuesday. The nonprofit, which has donation centers and stores on Glenoaks Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, will move into the corner of California Avenue after the landowner finishes the 18,000-square-foot space, said Terry Takeda, director of real estate for Goodwill Southern California.
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By Zain Shauk | April 4, 2010
DOWNTOWN — Versailles Gallery on Brand Boulevard will close this month, putting an end to furniture sales in the city’s transforming commercial core. Versailles Gallery, which sells reproductions of antique and designer furniture, is next to the Alex Theatre and will shut its doors after a year of operations there, owner Joseph Hashemian said. “It’s heartbreaking,” said Hashemian, who previously sold his furniture out of the Glendale Galleria and a store in Pasadena.
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April 21, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum Developer Rick Caruso envisions Glendale's Town Center as being a taste of Americana. At a marathon City Council meeting Tuesday, Caruso showed just what that vision looks like. And he gave it a name. Caruso announced that the proposed Town Center, a 15.5-acre commercial and residential development in downtown Glendale, will be called The Americana at Brand, a name that's intended to echo the city's history. "This is a classic American town," Caruso said.
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December 7, 2009
Total Woman Gym & Day Spa will implement personal TRX Suspension Training into all 10 Southern California locations, including its Glendale branch. TRX uses an individual’s body weight as resistance and was developed by Randy Hetrick, a Navy SEAL. Suspension training allow users to self-adjust the amount of resistance they want, making it suitable for people of all fitness levels by making small changes in foot, hand or body position. This capability empowers participants to continue with training, even when fatigue sets in, according to an announcement from the gym. Total Woman Gym & Day Spa’s Glendale location is at 601 N. Brand Blvd.
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By Lisa Dupuy | October 17, 2009
Going to Panera Bread in Glendale is like putting on your favorite jacket on a chilly autumn day. It?s warm, it goes with everything, and you feel good wearing it. You can trust that a meal at Panera will be comforting and good for you, the ambience will be warm and welcoming, and the experience will be relatively painless (sometimes, in life, the zipper does get stuck). Panera is a little like a modern cafeteria in that you order your food in one area and have it delivered in another.
BUSINESS
July 11, 2009
The Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday will consider approving a sign variance for the new location of the restaurant Panera Bread, at 300 N. Brand Blvd. The variance, one of several the restaurant has had to procure, would allow for a mural, which is larger than what would normally be allowed for the California Avenue frontage. In the past few weeks, the restaurant has been obtaining variances for its signage and a proposed 10-by-70-foot wall mural to prepare for its opening. Construction at the corner site has been ongoing for weeks, and recently construction crews removed materials blocking the revamped store from public view, revealing a nearly completed interior.
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By Jeremy Oberstein | December 15, 2008
City officials and downtown merchants are celebrating next year’s anticipated Glendale move by Panera Bread, hoping the Midwest-based eatery helps revitalize a portion of the city plagued in part by vacant storefronts. The city’s Redevelopment Agency on Dec. 2 approved a 39-space parking exception for the restaurant at 300 N. Brand Blvd., and officials on Wednesday said they expect the site to open by summer. “We are very pleased to see one of these large faces occupied and appreciate the confidence, even in what’s not the greatest of times, of a new merchant on the block,” said Eric Olson, vice president of the Downtown Glendale Merchants Assn.
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