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Two more shops have signed leases for space in the Kruse Village shopping center and plan to open for business later this summer.


Daisy’s Flower Box, an all-occasion florist specializing in sympathy, wedding and custom arrangements, is aiming for an August opening, according to a spokesman for Gramor Development, the center’s owner. The florist places particular emphasis on its sympathy arrangements, according to owner Anna Maria Levario, because of a strong desire to encourage people through the grieving process.

The 1,295-square-foot shop, which is named after Levario’s Pomeranian dog Daisy, will also carry unique vases, Verdun chocolates, candles and cards.

“I love the Kruse Village location,” says Levario, who attended the Floral Design Institute and is a certified floral designer and wedding specialist. “It sits in the center of a highly-dense professional and surrounding residential population that fits well with my business model and with our services.”

Home Care Assistance, a national company that provides in-home care for older adults, plans to open its 1,156-square-foot Lake Oswego shop in September. The company currently operates more than 125 locations across the country.

“We felt the Kruse Village location matched well with our client base,” says Roseanne McNeil, Home Care’s director of client care. “We recently opened a location in Beverly Hills, Calif., and we’re excited to follow that with our opening here in Lake Oswego.”

Kruse Village, the 60,000-square-foot shopping center that first opened its doors in April 2015, is bordered by Kruse Way, Carman Drive and Meadows Road in Lake Oswego. The development is Gramor’s fourth in the city, including the hugely popular Lake View Village.

— The Review

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