Kohler Signature Store To Open In Buckhead Exchange

Transforming shopping center to get 4,000 square foot kitchen and bath showroom.
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Transforming shopping center to get 4,000 square foot kitchen and bath showroom.

Buckhead Exchange is on its way to sleek, stylish completion. The shopping center – currently being redeveloped by Charlotte-based FCA Partners – is home to recently opened Sculpthouse, a future Kale Me Crazy outpost, and now a new tenant is now getting ready to join the party.

A Commercial Quality Control Review permit has been filed with City of Atlanta for a Kohler Signature Store to occupy about 4,000 square feet in suites L and M in the shopping center – which stands at 3167 Peachtree Road NE.

The location will be the first in Georgia.

According to the permit, costs of Construction will total to $200,000.

The Kohler Signature Store concept was launched in 2012. The new Atlanta location will be owned and operated by a local company PDI – Kitchen, Bath & Lighting.

The kitchen and bath showrooms allow designers and homeowners to have access to hundreds of products from the Kohler brand, including KOHLER, KALLISTA, ROBERN, KOHLER Surfaces tile and stone and KOHLER custom vanities.

Kohler Signature Store has locations in Minnesota, Washington, and Illinois.

The company was not immediately available for comment.


Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this story indicated the the owner of the store would be First Supply. Updates about PDI were added 4/18/2016 at 9:14 AM.

Kohler Signature Store
Image via Kohler website
Rendering via FCA Partners
Rendering via FCA Partners

What other retailers or restaurants would you like to see in this shopping center? Do you think Kohler Signature Store will do well at this location? Tell us below…

Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

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