Friday, December 7, 2018 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews
Featured image: 1951 W. 21st St. in Broadview, where Castle Motorworks is looking to move. | Google Earth
During a regular meeting on Dec. 3, the Broadview Board of Trustees unanimously approved business licenses for a series of businesses looking to setup shop in the village. Trustees John Ealey, Judy Brown-Marino and Judy Abraham were absent.
The board approved a license requested by William Woods of Castle Motorworks, which is looking to move into a facility at 1951 W. 21st St. in Broadview. Village officials said that the company trades and sells used automobiles online.
The board also unanimously approved licenses for Craig B. Cohen, who is doing business as Craig Shoes and Madison Street Shoes.
During the Dec. 3 meeting, Cohen said that the two companies will be operating “under one address to do some distribution.” He said that he’ll also bring his accounting staff in-house.
“We found a facility that works for us,” he said. “The size and proximity to all our other locations worked out.”
Tasheba Holland, of TK Holland Day Spa, said that her high-end day spa whose business license the board unanimously approved on Dec. 3 will be located at 1821 Roosevelt Rd. in Broadview.
Holland said that the business will be an upscale, full day spa offering facials, along with hair and nail services, among other offerings.
The board also unanimously approved business licenses for Hertz Corporation, the national car rental company looking to locate at 900 Broadview Village Square, and A&K Virtual Administrative Professionals, LLC, which is looking to do business at 2428 S. 11th Ave. VFP
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