West Park Promenade
Oz Fitness has struggled to lift the weight of bankruptcy since last fall, but a new owner says he’s ready to pump up the flailing Billings gym.
Any way you slice it, the new Lucky’s Market at West Park Promenade is committed to bringing home the bacon.
The Australian-themed Oz Fitness chain based in Spokane, Wash., has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for its Billings gym.
Four years after the wrecking crane smashed down the middle of West Park Plaza to make room for a promenade, the mall is continuing its metamorphosis.
A Pure Barre workout studio is preparing to open at West Park Promenade.
Workers remove panels from the facade of the former Red Robin restaurant at West Park Promenade to make way for a taller and wider front entrance for Lucky's Farmers Market grocery store.
Rulon Johnson prepares to lay flooring on Aug. 21 at the new Red Robin restaurant in West Park Promenade. The restaurant reopened by Sears on Monday.
Kevan Cochrane helps demolish the interior of the former Red Robin restaurant at West Park Promenade to make way for Lucky's Farmers Market grocery store.
Tim Galvin, left, and Kevan Cochrane work on the demolition of the former Red Robin restaurant at West Park Promenade on Aug. 21. The restaurant has reopened next to Sears.
The Red Robin restaurant at West Park Promenade reopened last week at a new location facing Grand Avenue on the Sears side of the mall.
The new Red Robin restaurant which opened Monday on the Sears side of West Park Promenade has more tables and a patio facing Grand Avenue.
Workers remove panels from the facade of the former Red Robin restaurant at West Park Promenade to make way for the new front being built for a Lucky's grocery store.
After buying Billings first mall, West Park Plaza, in August 2008, Washington state developer Bob McDonald, along with the rest of the country, was hit with a deep recession.
Construction continues Wednesday on the new Panda Express along Grand Avenue near the entrance to West Park Promenade. It’s one of many new commercial developments that are under way in the Billings area as the recession continues to fade.
From now on, the shopping center at 1603 Grand Ave. will be called West Park Promenade.