The Gateway Fashion Mall, often referred to as "the other mall," will see four new stores opening this spring, filling the last of its empty spaces and fattening its reputation and patronage.

Apple repair shop iRepair is already open for business. Owner Chris Lippert is a certified Apple tech who has been repairing the software giant's products for over 20 years. Take your iPhone in for a brand new screen, replace the hard drive in your Macbook, or anything in between, just a five-minute drive from home.

Coulee Creek Designs will sell handmade jewelry and women's clothing; Sharp Men's Salon will offer all the basics -- haircuts, beard trims and scalp massages -- along with a pool table in the waiting area; and Tacos-to-Go will operate both inside the mall itself and out of a food truck in the parking lot.

However, any Hancock Fabrics regulars will want to get in to the store soon. Once everything currently on the shelves is sold, the retailer will be closing up shop.