Ponce City Market’s Citizen Supply later this year will open a second location. The curated marketplace is coming to Alpharetta’s Halcyon development, according to a press release Monday. It will open on October 1, 2020.
Citizen Supply at Halcyon will offer a large selection of house plants, the company’s original Atlanta apparel collection, and other handmade and small-batch goods. Located between Society Boutique and The Gibson Co., the 1,400-square-foot store will include curated products from Citizen Supply’s list of 200-plus vendors.
“After growing up in Forsyth County and starting my business in Atlanta, I am very much looking forward to diving deeper with the local community, forming new relationships and bringing the best of Citizen Supply to fill a missing gap in the suburban market,” Phil Sanders, owner and founder of Citizen Supply, said in the release (pictured above). “Through our great friendship with The Gibson Co., we’ve seen Halcyon’s momentum building firsthand and are big believers in the idea that rising tides lift all ships. We know we have a community in Forsyth County who come to Ponce City Market to shop with us, and now we want to bring a piece of that experience closer to home.”
Buford-based, spa-style barbershop Unique Cuts, is also headed to Halcyon. Unique Cuts has set Monday, September 14, as its opening date. The 1,300-square-foot Halcyon location will offer the same menu of services as its two existing locations, ranging from custom trims to artwork designs to beard trims to straight-razor shaves.
“Halcyon creates an incredibly unique setting in the Forsyth County area through its ongoing events, distinct offerings, and an unbeatable sense of community togetherness, despite the challenges of this year,” Unique Cuts Owner Steven Challinger said in the release. “At Unique Cuts Halcyon, we are dedicated to doing our part—to not only deliver top-notch customer experiences, but also to make all feel welcome, support local schools and sporting programs, and celebrate what makes our community a great place to live.”