Atlanta Dairies Announces Three New Retail Tenants

Three new retail concepts from Dan Collier are expected to open in the mixed-use community this summer.
Atlanta Dairies Announces Three New Retail Tenants
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Paces Properties’ Reynoldstown urban renewal project, Atlanta Dairies, has announced three new retail tenants. The mixed-use project is already home to Decatur-based brewery Three Taverns Imaginarium, boozy diner concept Wonderkid, coffeehouse Cold Brew Bar, and will soon be home to boutique and floral studio YOUNG BLOOD.

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The latest retail concepts set to join Atlanta Dairies come from Dan Collier, the brain behind The Merchant, Archer Paper Goods, Sweet Inman’s, Collier Candy Co., Daily Dose, Read Shop, and more. Collier’s newest projects, City Champion, Proper Wax, and Paradiso Plant Shop, are set to open in Atlanta Dairies mid-summer 2021.

“We have a long-standing relationship with Dan Collier, and his shops have been key retail components to many of our development projects, including Krog Street Market, Vinings Jubilee, and Optimist Hall in Charlotte,” David Cochran, President and CEO of Paces Properties, said in a press release. “We are thrilled to have Collier’s shops as part of the Atlanta Dairies retail lineup and even more thrilled to be home to three new concepts for the growing Collier brand.”

At 1,300 square feet, City Champion will specialize in Atlanta and Georgia-centric athletic-wear. Most of the products will be custom-made and manufactured in-house, in addition to some vintage pieces that champion the Peach State’s sports history.

Proper Wax will be a candle store, with a curated candle selection that ranges from established candle brands to new-to-market candlemakers. At just over 500 square feet, the space is small but will have an industrial feel with metal shelving and brass lighting.

Paradiso Plant Shop will carry house plants, plant supplies, and plant accessories, including ceramic planters made by local artisans. The space will have a “southwestern flare,” with copper accents, orange crush tile, and lots of deep, earthy greens.

“It’s always exciting to be a part of something bigger than ourselves,” Dan Collier said in a press release. “We love the location, and the Reynoldstown area is untapped when it comes to retail.”

After a year indoors, we’re all in need of a little retail therapy. Head to Atlanta Dairies this summer for yours.

Sydney Rende

Sydney Rende is a freelance writer and soon-to-be graduate of Syracuse University’s MFA program in Creative Writing. Her work has been published in The New York Times Style Magazine, The Michigan Quarterly Review, The New Ohio Review online, and Carve Magazine. She lives in Southern California, where she’s completing her first short story collection and desperately trying to conform to surf culture.

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