BOLINGBROOK – Three businesses soon will relocate to new Bolingbrook storefronts.
At a Village Board meeting June 11, Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar and the trustees unanimously approved ordinances allowing planned unit developments for Music Solutions, Wingfoot Commercial Tire and Acrodazzle Athletics.
Co-owners Ron Lukowski and Steve Dollinger opened Music Solutions at 431 N. Bolingbrook Drive in 1990. Specializing in quality and affordable instruments, equipment repairs and audio instillation, Music Solutions outgrew its 1,500-square-foot storefront about 15 years ago, Lukowski said.
“We have so much packed into our current space,” said Lukowski, addressing the Village Board. “Our new location provides a clean shopping experience, one that will adequately serve the Bolingbrook community.”
The new Music Solutions venue opens July 1, and the owners are planning a grand opening Sept. 1.
The Village Board also approved a special-use permit for for Wingfoot Commercial Tires Systems.
Wingfoot Commercial Tire Systems opened a tire retread plant in Romeoville in 1999 and Wingfoot Commercial Tire Center at 620 Woodcreek Drive in July 2010. Because of recent success in Bolingbrook, owner Bobby Kirk is combining the local Romeoville and Bolingbrook locations into one facility at 4 Timber Court.
Wingfoot will occupy 97,188 square feet in the northern part of the building, and the special-use permit now allows the company to retread and store tires, sell truck supplies, and repair and service vehicles under one roof.
Although members of the Bolingbrook Plan Commission expressed concerns about how the tires will be recycled, Kirk said the scrap tires are broken down on site, but recycled elsewhere before use on playgrounds and roads.
New business venture Acrodazzle Athletics also plans to open in Bolingbrook this summer. The 10,198-square-foot facility at 181 W. Crossroads Parkway Road will host recreational gymnastics, cheerleading and dance instruction for kids as young as 6 months old.
Acrodazzle Athletics also will host open gyms, birthday parties and group classes and plans to employ about 10 people.