Grandview corridor to see new facades

Grandview corridor to see new facades

Target Rental, Tile & Light Art among relocated businesses
Tile & Light Art, at their new location near Three Springs, have relocated along the U.S. Highway 160 corridor, as some other businesses have done. Business owners said the area is attractive because it offers highway visibility and commercial designations for the city and the county.
Paul Beasley, co-owner of Tile & Light Art, at its new location near Three Springs, assists home owner Jessica Zeller, left, and Sarah Sumner, a designer with Fusion Interiors, on Tuesday picking out granite and trim for a home. The business moved from north Main Avenue to Design Center Road in May.
Jackie Beasley, co-owner of Tile & Light Art, goes over designs with Lizbeth Harper for her home on Tuesday at their new location near Three Springs.

Grandview corridor to see new facades

Tile & Light Art, at their new location near Three Springs, have relocated along the U.S. Highway 160 corridor, as some other businesses have done. Business owners said the area is attractive because it offers highway visibility and commercial designations for the city and the county.
Paul Beasley, co-owner of Tile & Light Art, at its new location near Three Springs, assists home owner Jessica Zeller, left, and Sarah Sumner, a designer with Fusion Interiors, on Tuesday picking out granite and trim for a home. The business moved from north Main Avenue to Design Center Road in May.
Jackie Beasley, co-owner of Tile & Light Art, goes over designs with Lizbeth Harper for her home on Tuesday at their new location near Three Springs.
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