Kale Me Crazy, Squash Blossom Boutique Join Larkin on Memorial

The Grant Park mixed-use development is still seeking tenants in the boutique fitness, restaurant, office, medical, and soft goods space.

The Grant Park mixed-use development is still seeking tenants in the boutique fitness, restaurant, office, medical, and soft goods space.

Paces Properties, the developer behind Larkin on Memorial, Thursday announced two new tenants for the mixed-use development set to debut later this year.

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Kale Me Crazy and Squash Blossom Boutique will join the 63,000 square-foot project, bringing the number of confirmed Larkin on Memorial tenants to nine.

The newly revealed additions join Full Commission, Taqueria del Sol, Firepit Pizza Tavern, Ramen Station, Shep’s Grant Park Ace Hardware, Primrose Schools, and Grant Park Market.

“We’re excited to open this practical center to meet the needs of our neighbors,” David Cochran, principal of Paces Properties, said in the announcement.

“Kale Me Crazy and Squash Blossom Boutique are a perfect complement to this distinctive experience being curated for the neighborhood.”

Atlanta-based Kale Me Crazy,  a superfood café franchise with locations all over the city, will offer juices, smoothies, salads, and wraps under the direction of Franchisee Paul Lackey.

“We are extremely excited to be opening Kale Me Crazy at Larkin! The Grant Park, Cabbagetown, East Atlanta, Reynoldstown, and Ormewood Park neighborhoods are explosive with new construction and adults of all ages making their homes here,” Lackey said in the announcement.

“There is incredible diversity in this area and the people are so full of life and energy. This is the perfect time to bring Kale Me Crazy to this part of Atlanta!”

Squash Blossom Boutique in Larkin on Memorial will be the women’s boutique’s second location.

“As a long-time resident of Ormewood Park, I have always felt that we needed more retail options within the neighborhood,” Lisa Bobb, owner of Squash Blossom Boutique, said in the announcement.

“I chose the Larkin development for the second Squash Blossom location because it promises to offer a unique and visually-engaging atmosphere – similar to what my customers have enjoyed for years at the Decatur location. I’ll be joined by amazing neighbors in Larkin, which gives people numerous reasons to stop by!”

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