Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Trifles has moved to a new location in West Bloomfield. What type of business should fill the newly emptied space in White Lake?
This building is the former home of Trifles. Trifles moved earlier this month to a building in West Bloomfield. Owner Gwen Borders said the business will operate out of the store on Elizabeth Lake Road in White Lake during the move this month. So, what do you think should locate to this now vacant space? Should one of the nearby businesses expand? Would you want to see a place like 5 Guys Burger and Fries here? Or, do you think we need a different type of business?
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Business owners claimed their listings – and we wanted to say thank you for joining the Patch team!
Every business in White Lake and Highland has a basic listing, but "claiming" a listing allows owners to customize their pages by adding photos and posting events and announcements to inform readers. Here's a list of the most recent businesses to sign up; we hope you help support them and others in the community. Welcome to Patch! If you are a business owner, there are a lot of ways to be involved in Patch, including: Claim your directory listing: This easy-to-follow video and story will take you step by step through the process. Once you are ready to claim your listing, you can do so at whitelake.patch.com/listings. Contact your editor: White Lake-Highland Patch's editor is Brooke Tajer; you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org about…
Friday, April 27, 2012
You've suggested the businesses, now read what Planning Director Sean O'Neil says you can expect in White Lake
For the past month White Lake Patch has run a series a photos of vacant spaces in the township and asked what you, the residents, would like to see in those spaces. We had a large response and many commented that they want places like a bookstore, Trader Joe's or a Chipotle to come to White Lake. Are any of these in White Lake's future? See what Township Planning Director Sean O'Neil has to say. WLP: What new businesses can the township expect in the next year? O'Neil: Beyond the new businesses that we already know about (JoAnn Fabrics, Bed Bath & Beyond, Trinity Wellness & Rehabilitation), we have several existing White Lake businesses that are reinvesting in their current space or moving to a new space in the township. Those would …
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Live bait, fishing tackle, hats, snacks and drinks highlight the reopened White Lake convenience store.
It just seems to make sense to have a convenience store in this community that sells live bait and tackle called “Six Lakes.” After all there are seemingly countless inland lakes throughout White Lake Township, and the new owner of Six Lakes Party Store near the intersection of Round Lake and Cooley Lake Roads is hoping that access to popular fishing destinations will be a boom for his business. Now under the ownership of David Toma, Six Lakes Party Store will reopen Wednesday for business as a locally operated convenience store that will offer a range of fishing gear and equipment along with snacks, drinks, basic convenience items and beer and wine. Toma is excited about the opportunity and joining the local business community. “This …