Home Decor Factory deal starts Laycast site regeneration
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JF Finnegan has completed a deal with Henderson Global Investors for the purchase and construction of a brand new 110,000sq ft state-of-the-art factory for Sheffield-based Home Décor. The development of the facility will kick-start the regeneration of the 15 acre former Laycast Foundry Works site, which is located near J31 to the East of Sheffield, representing significant investment into the locality.

The site was vacated by Laycast after their operations closed in 2006 and from 2008 onwards developer Woodhouse Link LLP (a joint venture partnership with JF Finnegan and Laycast Ltd) has undertaken a complete demolition and remediation programme to facilitate a brand new industrial and distribution park known as Woodhouse Link.

Home Décor is relocating from its current base on Beighton Road in East Sheffield to the new facility which will offer 91,500sq ft of high-tech workshop space in addition to 21,600sq ft of offices/showroom space. JF Finnegan will start on site this month, utilising its extensive design and build capabilities to create the new premises which will be completed in December 2012.

Director at JF Finnegan, Nick Gillott, said: “To have secured an agreement with a global investor and a local tenant as the first occupier at this exciting scheme is fantastic news for all parties involved as well as the local area which will benefit fro…………… continues on bdaily

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Imogene’s: Tea Room, Botanicals and Home Decor Shop to Open in Wildwood
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Four generations of local women banded together to create a unique shop in January 2007 at which friends and families could gather for special or everyday celebrations. It contained a home decor area, floral design department and dining room. Also specializing in offering “tea parties,” Imogene’s was a different type of shopping experience in Chesterfield Valley. Over the past few months, Imogene’s staff has been remodeling the building located at 16962 Manchester Rd. in Wildwood so they can relocate westward.

Imogene’s is due to reopen in Wildwood by June 4. The shop used to be located at 16635 Old Chesterfield Rd.

Following a lifelong passion, Clarice Wheeler with the help of her daughter, Donna Murphy, formulated a plan to open Imogene’s. The name “Imogene’s” is Clarice’s mother’s name. Her granddaughter Ashley, a college student, helps out part-time.

A “girlie food” menu was created—no hamburgers or french fries, as Imogene’s website points out. Instead, they provided options such as spicy tomato soup, salads, sandwiches and wraps and quiche. Special desserts are offered with a variety of tea selections.

Imogene’s team likes to host bridal and baby showers, birthdays, business meetings and even tea parties with “manners classes” for young girls. Wine, cheese and a…………… continues on Patch.com

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