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More Eateries, Businesses in The Boro Announce Opening Dates

As residents start to populate the new Boro development, several eateries and businesses have announced opening dates.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe is now open. Flower Child and Spaces are not far behind.

Flower Child (1656 Boro Place) is set to open Tuesday, Oct. 15. The eatery will serve up bowls, grains, greens and various wraps, along with organic drinks like kombucha, wine and beer.

Meanwhile, Spaces will open Nov. 11. The co-working space offers various monthly plans starting at $226 per month.

Spaces has already rented several offices, Rocco Nori, a sales manager for Spaces in The Boro said, adding that some customers also chose to relocate to the new location.

“This suite of private offices, meeting rooms and communal areas is flooded with natural light and entrepreneurial spirit,” the website said.

Earlier this week, Whole Foods announced its grand opening for Oct. 30. The flagship store for the Mid-Atlantic region will include a food hall with offerings from OfficinaGenji IzakayaCuriosity Doughnuts and Rappahannock Oyster Co.

A little more than a dozen other eateries, stores and services have yet to announce when they will open.

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