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Around Town 3-7

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The corner of Collins Avenue and Main in Mandan is going from vacant to vibrant.

Construction began last fall for Collins Place.

It will be a mixed use development, combining residential with commercial use.

Collins Place offers twenty-nine one, two, and three bedroom apartments as well as three thousand square feet of commercial space for lease or for sale.

It will take on the look of a more historic building in the heart of Mandan.

"It just helps but people next to the businesses and, you know, I think we're seeing kind of a return to there being a lot of people interested in that more urban or downtown living environment," says Ellen Huber, Business Development Director, Mandan.

Completion for Collins Place is set for the fall of this year.

Three new businesses will open on Burnt Boat Road within the next month.

Orange Leaf Yogurt, Rock 30 Games, and Batteries Plus.

Rock 30 Games will re-locate here from their current location on North 12th Street.

There is one empty 21 hundred square foot spot available for lease.

J'z Fashions moved from Williston to Bismarck and opened in December.

Located on Bowen Avenue, they sell both higher end men's and women's clothing and accessories with a target demographic of 25 plus.

Owner Essie Wright says she has one main focus...

"Quality clothing that fits with a really good fit. And, you know, we feel like a lot of the slacks, jeans, shorts, capri's, they fit so well that they'll end up being one of your favorite go-to pants," says Essie Wright, Owner.

J'z Fashions offers brands like Miss Me, Rock Revival, and Big Star.

J'z will also be getting a new men's line called Eco.

For every Eco item sold, 3 meals will be donated to food banks within the Midwest.

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