New businesses are popping up around Burton and Flint, Michigan's east side.

We first reported Michael's will be opening a third Genesee County location in Burton, just last week. Look for that store to open later this spring.

Just a bit further down Court Street is another new establishment building out their property.

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A new health care option will be available for folks in the area.

New business opening in the old Matrix Physical Therapy spot.

Drivers who frequent the area at Court Street & Center Road surely know the Starbucks across from Courtland Center.

Just beyond the coffee house, in that strip mall, is a smaller strip on the same property.

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It looks like the new property owners are just getting started on renovations.

They're gutting the space to the left of L.A. Insurance.

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Eventually, it'll be home to a new physical therapy and balance center.

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Introducing Fyzical

The info on their website says Fyzical focuses on physical therapy, balance and whole-body wellness for everything from sports injuries to orthopedic problems, neurological issues or other aches & pains.

Their future address is 3680 E Court Street, Flint, MI 48506 with business hours already posted for Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm. Closed on Sunday.

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Numerous locations have franchised, and opened, all around lower Michigan.

New businesses in this area are hopefully a sign of more, positive growth to come for Burton and Flint.

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Inside Flint's "New" Gateway Hotel & Convention Center

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Gallery Credit: LM TSM Flint

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