Thursday, April 18, 2013
The business was located at 6202 N. Central Avenue at Hanna Avenue in Seminole Heights.
Late last year, the house on the corner of Hanna and Central avenues morphed into a business that sold handmade products geared toward children. Blankets, gift box sets and onesies were on hand for customers of The Nursery Experience at a charming house with lattice work and hardwood floors in Seminole Heights. Now, The Nursery Experience is closing its doors. Citing personal reasons, owners Amy and Juan Camacho said they plan to rent the home to another business, which has yet to be named. Meanwhile, Amy Camacho said she plans to sell her items on www.etsy.com and at local art shows in Tampa Bay. For information on how to contact Amy and Juan Camacho, click here. What do you think about the business closing? Did you shop there? What …
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
We want to know what new businesses you want to see come to town.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
If you've driven around Seminole Heights recently, you may have noticed a few new businesses popping up in town. Here's a few we wrote about on Patch: The Nursery Experience offers locally-made, hand-crafted items, and operates out of a renovated house. Urban Kai's owners are hoping to expand Tampa Bay's stand up paddle boarding community with their shop. And Sabroso Cuban Restaurant is bringing a new flavor to the area's diverse cuisine offerings. Let Patch save you time. Get great local stories like this delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Simple, fast sign-up here. If you hear about a new business opening in the area and want us to look into it, email email@example.com or call 813-230-…
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The business recently opened in Seminole Heights.
Not long ago, the house at the corner of Hanna and Central avenues was an eyesore. But Amy and Juan Camacho saw potential, working with county officials to rezone the single family home to open The Nursery Experience on Nov. 24, Small Business Saturday. Now, hardwood floors, lattice work on the patio and potted plants welcome patrons to one of Seminole Heights's newest businesses at 6202 N. Central Avenue, which offers hand-crafted baby items that range from bibs to wall art. "Juan is good at home renovation projects, so we basically quit our day jobs," said Amy Camacho of how the business came about. "I was working for an advertising company, and Juan worked for Bank of America. We went back to serving tables at Jackson's to save up money…
Friday, June 1, 2012
The business was scheduled to open in Old Seminole Heights on Saturday, June 2.
The Nursery Experience’s grand opening has been postponed. The new baby boutique was slated to open its doors at 6202 N. Central Ave. on Saturday, June 2, but the wait on some final permits put off the official launch by a week or two, according to co-owner Amy Jensen. “We are all squared away with City Council and will open as soon as possible,” Jensen said. Jensen together with business partner and fiancé Juan Camacho have worked since last October to transform the small 1941 house on Central Avenue into a retail shop. Challenges included petitioning the city to rezone the house into commercial use and fixing up the property. “It was a huge project,” Jensen said, “the place was in a rough shape but I am now very happy with the outcome.” …