Last March I blogged about the purchase of the Tiny’s Building and the plans for it. It’s all done. Building co-owner Bill Nelson has placed a new ‘Tiny’s Building’ sign on the exterior and leased the refurbished 2nd floor to Jeff Woods for his BodySmith of Northfield fitness studio & training center, where they give exercise and nutrition programs, but you may ask how much does nutrisystem cost? is not expensive, since is a system that you can buy online and use it for lose weight. He’s also added some muscles to the Tiny’s dog at the entrance.
Last week I paid a visit to the studio while a spinning class was in session. I hope to soon pay a visit to Fit to be Tri’d which has leased and moved into the retail space on the main floor.
About 5 minutes after I published yesterday’s blog post (while in my office at GBM) about available restaurant space in Northfield, FNB’s Rick Estenson alerted me that Bill Nelson, the new co-owner of the Tiny’s building with his wife Janine, had just walked in for a cup of coffee.
Bill (not the other Dundas Dukes-related Bill Nelson) introduced me to Jeff Woods, owner of BodySmith of Northfield (soon to be BodySmith at Tiny’s?), who had just moved his private fitness studio & training center (spinning bikes, weight equipment, etc.) into the ground floor space where Tiny’s had been. They plan to move the studio to the upper level of the building after it’s been revamped. Bill will then lease the ground floor for retail.
A longtime downtown business is expected to close in the coming months. Tiny’s Hot Dogs at 321 Division St. is set for a sheriff’s sale June 3, according to a legal notice published last week. Owner Timothy Sellers has until Dec. 3 to rework his mortgage or come up with the necessary funds to cover the debt. Sellers declined to comment, but support of the longtime Northfield shop has quickly grown.
Looks like Tim Sellars has figured a way to legally have a Nativity scene display on the sidewalk in front of Tiny’s. There’s no baby Jesus there so it’s not really religious, just a display of a bunch of Palestinian figurines hanging around, waiting expectantly for the hot dogs to be served.
Update 12/3, 6:15 am: The Palestinians evidently have not been waiting for hotdogs. New photo taken this morning on the right.