Alford Avenue Antiques is now open at 1218 Alford Ave., near the intersection with I-65.
Lifeline Smartphone & Tablet Repair is now open at 3075 John Hawkins Parkway. The store offers repairs for a wide line of products, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, Mac and Apple products.
Panda Express will open its second area location at 3780 Lorna Road, in the Riverchase Village Shopping Center. No official opening date has been set, but it could open as soon as late June.
Chicken Salad Chick will be opening a new restaurant at 3780 Riverchase Village, Suite 110, in the space formerly occupied by Southern Wicker. This will be the second location in Hoover, following their restaurant at Lee Branch.
First Watch, a daytime-only restaurant offering breakfast, brunch and lunch items, will open this summer at 4741 Chace Circle. The restaurant will replace The Egg & I, which was sold to First Watch in 2015.
News and Accomplishments
Fancy Fur, 5291 Valleydale Road, Suite 139, is now carrying several different lines of healthy pet foods. Products include goat’s milk, Open Farm grain-free dog food, and Fromm pet food.
Hirings and Promotions
Pure Dermatology & Aesthetics, 5346 Stadium Trace Parkway, Suite 100, has hired Stacey Oliver as a Certified Physician Assistant. She is a member of the Society of Dermatology for Physician Assistants and is state certified in Alabama and Georgia. She provides dermatologic care for patients of all ages, treating a variety of skin conditions such as acne, eczema, fungus and warts as well as in-office surgeries and procedures.
Iron City Realty, 1957 Hoover Court, Suite 309, is celebrating its first anniversary in business in June.