A major remodeling project at the Burger King in Oakdale's Bergen Plaza is complete and the dining room at the restaurant has reopened, its project manager said.

Work on the restaurant began two weeks ago and included gutting the inside and installing new contemporary fixtures, ceiling and floors. It also included remodeling bathrooms to meet standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

"It was built in the early 1980s and has not been touched since," said Corey Schmitt of Krech, O'Brien, Mueller and Associates, the company doing the work.

The parking lot was also given a redo, and the exterior of the building at 7051 N. 10th St. was given a facelift and relandscaped.

The drive-through has remained open during construction.

Krech, O'Brien, Mueller and Associates also did a similar update to the Burger King in White Bear Lake earlier this summer.

Women's boutique to open

A boutique that specializes in casual, career and special-occasion attire for women will open its second metro area location this fall in the Woodbury Lakes shopping center, store owner Susie Peterson said. The store will carry "unique and different" merchandise that appeals to a wide range of age groups, Peterson said.

Peterson opened her first Suzetra in 2011 at 50th Street and France Avenue S. in Edina. She will open the 1,262-square-foot Woodbury location sometime in September. Woodbury Lakes is at 9020 Hudson Road.

Park Tool breaks ground

Work on Park Tool's 68,000-square-foot manufacturing plant got underway Tuesday with a groundbreaking.

Officials from the world's largest bicycle tool manufacturer, City Council members, representatives of the city's planning and economic development commissions, and the Oakdale Professional Business Association attended the ceremony on the site of the former Oakdale Golf and Tennis just north of 50th Street and Hadley Avenue Park.

Park Tool bought the 23-acre parcel for about $900,000. The company will move from its current headquarters in Mahtomedi.

Stillwater spa and salon opens in Liberty Village

Credo Salon Spa held a grand opening Aug. 16 with its mission to "bring harmony and balance to your life."

Operated by Yulia and Nate Wentler, the spa in Liberty Village, 105 New England Place, offers services for men and women, including haircuts, perms, skin treatments, manicures, pedicures, waxing, nails and full-body massages.

Credo is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Call 651-351-5173.

Business Forum to meet

The Woodbury Community Foundation will hold its monthly Business Forum from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Walk, 10040 City Walk Drive. The purpose is to connect local executives and business owners with each other and with the foundation.

The program will feature two member speakers, a presentation by the Woodbury Foundation and a networking and social time. Annual membership is $750 a year. Future dates include Sept. 25, Oct. 23 and Nov. 27. For more information, call 651-788-6586.

TIM HARLOW