Sweet Inman’s Candies is from the owner of The Merchant, also in the mixed-use project.
Krog Street Market (KSM) Thursday announced the addition of Sweet Inman’s Candies, a new concept from The Daniel Richards Group.
The 400-square-foot Sweet Inman’s Candies stall will boast a “metropolitan feel with bold colors throughout while standout tile flooring creates a delightful contrast to the usual concrete found inside the market,” according to the announcement.
“Don’t expect to see your typical run-of-the-mill candy shop stock,” Dan Collier, partner, The Daniel Richards Group, said in the release.
“Things like chocolate won’t be carried at Sweet Inman’s Candies. Our goal has always been to stand out by creating a well thought out selection of current and desirable goods while also keeping the unexpected on the table.”
The Daniel Richards Group owns and operates four retail concepts across Georgia and Texas including The Merchant and Co., a gift, vintage, and home goods store; Read Shop by The Merchant, a bookstore with coffee bar concept serving Stumptown Coffee; Archer Paper Goods, a stationery, and supplies shop with an extensive greeting card selection; and Collier Candy Company, a classic candy shop focused on chocolates and kid’s candies.
Open during regular weekday market hours as well as a bit later on weekends, you’ll find old school sweets like jelly beans, hard candies and multiple flavors of cotton candy at Sweet Inman’s Candies.
Set to open in late November, the new market stall will also offer boxed candy, bulk candy, and a selection of classic Boylan sodas and other sweet finds.
“We love the vision of this brand new concept from Dan and his team,” David Cochran, President Paces Properties, KSM’s developer, said in the release.
“In finalizing this last stall tenant, we were hoping to fill a unique niche of retail but driven by food. Sweet Inman’s Candies allows us to do that while catering to customer needs and wants for gifts like candy bags for birthdays, baskets, holiday gifts and custom items.”