The Taste Boutique, a lifestyle store that once operated in Atlantic Station, and is owned by Bow Wow’s mom Teresa Caldwell, is bringing back its brick-and-mortar.
Caldwell has secured a lease with SJC Ventures to open in the developer’s The Interlock development, according to a press release. Located at 1115 Howell Mill Road Northwest, The Interlock is a $450 million mixed-use center with entertainment, living and dining options, and office space.
The Taste Boutique will occupy 1,448 square feet of space and offer women’s and men’s apparel, curated home decor items, and “elevated” gifts, and is expected to open in early 2022.
Caldwell, who first opened the store as Taste Clothing Boutique in Atlantic Station in 2010 said in the release that the upcoming outpost in The Interlock would be the first for the company.
“Our first store needed the perfect location,” Caldwell siad. “We were confident that The Interlock’s collection of food, drink, and retail concepts alongside a cool, new hotel (Bellyard) and apartment community (Windsor), plus the development’s great West Midtown location, would become a premier destination for entertainment, dining, and shopping. There was nothing quite like The Interlock in the marketplace, and when we heard about the rooftop pool and restaurant atop the Bellyard, we knew The Taste Boutique had to be there.”
The boutique’s motto is “Style that makes you stand out.” Teresa Caldwell is also the chief executive officer and chief designer of Taste Interior Design, and a former stylist. “As far as home decor and our gifts, we felt Atlanta needed a destination for cool, decorative items and gifts that will make you say “wow,” said Caldwell.
Most recently, SJC Ventures, the developer of The Interlock, welcomed the first U.S. location for Puttshack, several first-to-market restaurants, and The Bellyard, a Marriott Tribute Portfolio hotel, among others. The developer also signed a lease with Publix Super Markets for its second phase.