February 2016 Business Matters Newsletter

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The Glue Factory obtained their Certificate of Occupancy permit at 244 Vernon Street. The Glue Factory is a unique and innovative small business/non-profit collaboration between 3fold Communications, the Health Education Council, the City of Roseville and the RCDC to provide economic development and education opportunities in Downtown Roseville. The collaborative effort includes cultivating co-working spaces for entrepreneurs, establishing an engaged internship program with Sierra College, and providing educational and networking opportunities for other businesses located in Roseville's downtown core.

The Glue Factory is shaping Roseville’s future with a three-fold approach.

  1. Entrepreneurial Development: They provide space, education and connections for the next generation of entrepreneurs to begin building their businesses.
  2. Community Building: They offer professional training and networking connections to create growth opportunities for local professionals.
  3. City-Wide Health: Through a partnership with The Health Education Council, they offer health-focused events and programs to inspire city-wide wellness.



Daiso Japan has tenant improvements submitted for S-2170 at the Westfield Galleria at Roseville Mall. The plans depict a 3,592 square foot leased area with improvements valued at approximately $112,000.  According to a Business Journal article, "Daiso is a Japanese version of the dollar store. Almost all of its items are $1.50, the retailer says on Twitter. The company is another internationally known brand with a strong fan following that has apparently selected Roseville as the site of its first stand-alone location in the region."


Hanson McClain is processing tenant improvements for 3017 Douglas Blvd., Suite 100. The 4,443 square foot leased area has improvements valued at approximately $130,000.

Hanson McClain Advisors is unique among investment advisory firms in that they don’t work on commission. Instead, in order to eliminate conflicts of interest common throughout the industry, they charge a flat percentage of assets. That means that when they recommend a course of action or particular investment, there’s no hidden agenda or motivation.





Papaya Clothing is locating in Suite 2053 at Westfield Galleria at Roseville. The 4,916 square foot leased area has improvements valued at approximately $153,000.  Papaya has been growing in the retail fashion industry for the past three decades. Their business primarily focuses on the junior and petite apparel markets. We help millions of young women across the U.S. to look and feel their best by offering an extensive selection of clothing and accessories to coordinate the perfect outfit for any occasion.  Papaya has an impressive track record in the retail business and expect the trend to continue. Currently operating in over 100 retail locations nationwide in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.

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