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Shade Store Now Open & Little Trouble Coming Soon
Westside Provisions District Welcomes Two Tenants to Atlanta
Window treatment showroom and upscale cocktail lounge set to join the District this year
ATLANTA (August, 2014) – Westside Provisions District introduces two premier tenants to its community of boutique retailers and acclaimed restaurants, both new to the Atlanta market. The Shade Store, a leading manufacturer of couture window treatments, recently opened its doors in July 2014, while Little Trouble, a global-inspired concept from the operators of beloved Decatur restaurants Paper Plane and Victory Sandwich Bar, will open in fall 2014.
The Shade Store is a renowned manufacturer of custom window treatments with 14 locations nationwide. The Atlanta showroom is the first in the state and occupies the space next to Taqueria del Sol. The boutique retailer specializes in custom shades, blinds, drapery and hardware.
An innovative cocktail lounge by hometown restaurateurs Victory Brands, Little Trouble will debut this fall occupying 3,278 square feet of space in the 1170 building, behind Steven Alan and Jack Spade and below Abattoir.
“We’ve been looking to do something on the Westside for a long time now, and the community of outstanding businesses curated at Westside Provisions District proved too alluring,” said restaurateur and Little Trouble owner Ian Jones. “We hope to bring an interesting complement to the neighboring restaurants.”
Westside Provisions District
Westside Provisions District is a distinctive retail, dining and residential destination that is located on Howell Mill Road between 14th Street and Huff Road, where Midtown Atlanta meets the Westside. This sophisticated mixed-use project offers some of Atlanta’s most desirable boutique retailers, showrooms, restaurants and entertainment venues, complemented with 94 elegant condominium units. Retail tenants include Anthropologie, Billy Reid, Bungalow, Everything But Water, G. Gilbert, J. Crew, Jack Spade, Kayce Hughes, Knoll Furniture, Kolo Collection, Lululemon, Peridot West, Room & Board, Sid and Ann Mashburn, Star Provisions and Stevan Alan, as well as Dragonfly Salon and Pure Barre. Fine dining options include JCT. Kitchen & Bar, Ormsby’s, Taqueria del Sol, West Egg Café, Yeah! Burger and Anne Quatrano’s renowned restaurants, Bacchanalia and Abattoir. For more information, visit www.westsidepd.com.
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