The Corinth Square makeover continues, with the addition of two new tenants as extensive renovations keep progressing at the main shopping center.
Tide Dry Cleaners, which took over the space previously occupied by Dragon Inn, opened for business Thursday. It offers dry cleaning services using GreenEarth processes that rely on liquid silicon instead of traditional dry cleaning petrochemicals. As part of the renovations to prepare the suite for the new business, contractors added a pick-up/drop-off drive through window on the west edge of the building.
Across the parking lot to the west, a new interior design store opened in May — the second in the area in as many months. Coveted Home, located next to First Watch, offers boutique furniture, accessories, gifts and interior design services.
Coveted Home owner Jaclyn Joslin has run an interior design business downtown for several years before deciding to make the move to Prairie Village.
“We did some research and found that a good portion of our clinetele lived around here, and it’s a central location for people coming from out south and from downtown,” she said. “I loved all the new things they’re bringing in here — the restaurants and the renovation to the center. So all of that was appealing in making the decision.”