Dollar General’s Popshelf Secures Conyers Storefront On Heels of McDonough Debut

Conyers Commons retailer will open in summer 2021 with most everything for sale at $5 or less
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On the heels of opening its first Georgia location, Dollar General’s Popshelf — stylized as “pOpshelf” — has secured a lease for an outpost in Conyers, landlord ShopOne Centers REIT Inc. announced this week.

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The planned 11,000 square-foot Popshelf will be situated in the Conyers Commons shopping center, at 2195 GA-20. The addition of Popshelf and recent leases with Bealls Outlet and Citi Trends — replacing the former Sports Authority — makes the center 100 percent leased.

“We are excited for Conyers Commons to be one of a select few shopping centers in the country to house this exciting new concept from Dollar General,” Bob Dake, chief operating officer at ShopOne, said in a prepared statement. “The selection of Conyers Commons speaks to the quality of its tenant mix and the value we create for our tenants and customers as proven operators. We look forward to opening Popshelf in summer 2021.”

Launched in October 2020, Popshelf retails seasonal and home décor, health and beauty products, home cleaning supplies, party goods, entertaining needs, and more, with approximately 95 percent of items priced at $5 or less. Popshelf also carries a “highly curated” crossover assortment of Dollar General’s private brands, many of which have been recently rebranded.

The Conyers Popshelf will be the third for the company in Georgia. An outpost opened this week in McDonough and a location in Austell could open before the end of January, early February.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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