A location of the specialty fitness equipment, accessories and clothing retailer TrySports is slated to open in University Mall in the fall.
The new Lilly Pulitzer women’s clothing store at The Streets at Southpoint is slated to open June 19.
In the location of what was previously the Carolina Cake Co. in the University Center shopping center, the Dynamik Duo Desserts bakery has opened. It’s located off West Main Street near its intersection with Hillsborough Road, and offers cakes, pies, cheesecakes, cookies, cupcakes, cake pops and other items.
Renovations are underway in a space in downtown Hillsborough where a new bar called Hot Tin Roof is targeted to open at the end of June.
The Alfredo’s Pizza Villa location in the Hope Valley Commons shopping center on N.C. 54 has closed.
The location in Chapel Hill at University Mall is still operating, however.
The Durham location of Uniquities, the women’s designer clothing and accessories shop, closed April 28.
The Durham shop was located at 1000 W. Main St. in Durham next door to the Durham location of the women’s consignment shop Fifi’s Fine Resale Apparel.
The fondue restaurant The Little Dipper has opened in Brightleaf Square in the space that previously housed Taverna Nikos.
A location of the Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom chain of casual restaurants is planned to open at the 140 West mixed-use development on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill.
There are plans to redevelop the site of the existing Honey’s Restaurant at 2700 Guess Road into a McDonald’s restaurant, convenience store and gas station.
The duo behind the planned whole-animal butcher and pastry shop Rose’s Meat Market and Sweet Shop have signed a lease for space at 121 N. Gregson St.
The first phase of the 300 East Main mixed-use development on Main Street in Carrboro is slated to include three new restaurants and a gift shop.
The KFC fast food restaurant on Westgate Drive in Durham has closed, and is planned to re-open as a Taco Bell by the end of May.
The chocolate and pastry shop Miel Bon Bons moved from Carrboro to Durham and will open its retail shop to the public in June, said owner, pastry chef and chocolatier Bonnie Lau.
The grand opening of the mixed-use development 140 West will be held starting at 7 p.m. on Friday.
The property that housed the non-operational Durham Golf Center driving range on Garrett Road has been sold.
Terry A. Wethington said he bought the property at 4343 Garrett Road in December as an investment. He said he doesn’t have any plans for it yet, but it won’t be used as a golf center.