Business notes

Realtor Mi Unger of the Boulder Creek branch of Century 21 puts out the sandwich board sign in front of the real estate office's longtime office on Highway 9 in downtown Boulder Creek. The company's building was sold this year, but Century 21 signed a four year lease agreement to remain in its well-known location.

 

Real estate office not moving

Although the Boulder Creek Fire District purchased the building, Century 21 Showcase Realtors in Boulder Creek has no plans to move from its longstanding location at 13210 Highway 9.

The fire district bought the building from Steve and Randy Ziganti in December, but agreed on a four-year lease so Century 21 would remain in the front portion of the office.

The district has sealed off and sound-proofed the back of the office so it’s portion of the building can be used as a weight training facility for firefighters.

According to Randi Ziganti of Century 21, business at the office is booming.

“It’s crazy right now,” she said. “Real estate has seen more growth in the last three months than last year (total), and last year was good. Buyers are feeling it’s time to jump on the stick. They’re more confident.”

The Century 21 office in Boulder Creek has eight agents, including new addition Paul Lazaga. Agents in the office sell properties at all price points and of all kinds, Ziganti said.

For information: www.c21showcaserealestate.com

 

Weddings offered by spa owner

Melissa Stone, a certified massage therapist and intuitive healer based in Felton, announced she now has the ability to legally marry couples.

Stone, the owner of Balance Studio Spa, offers to write ceremonies and marry couples. For information: 335-8335 or www.BalanceStudioSpa.com.

 

Depression workshop

A depression workshop titled “Depression and Spirit — A workshop for people of faith” will be from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 10.

A donation is requested to attend the workshop that will explore the use of spiritual companionship or guidance as an alternative to traditional therapy. It will also examine the impact of spiritual practices on stress and depression management.

For information: www.thedepressionworkshop.com

 Submit information about business openings, management changes and other news to pbeditor@pressbanner.com or 5215 Scotts Valley Drive, Scotts Valley 95066. 

 

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