Menswear Retailer LINDBERGH Opening Midtown Storefront

Atlantic Station store will encompass 6,000 square feet, open in 2021.
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Danish men’s clothing brand LINDBERGH will open its newest location in Atlantic Station, according to a press release this week. The menswear store will occupy a 6,000-square-foot space in the mixed-use development, featuring the brand’s new retail concept. The store is expected to open in 2021.

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“Our product is designed to outfit any man, from the rustic adventurer to the suave professional to the sporty go-getter,” Marco Revah a director at LINDBERGH, said in the release. “We tell a story through our clothes, and Atlantic Station presents a unique opportunity to reach a diverse group of people in an unbeatable location. We’re looking forward to bringing our concept to the people of Atlanta.”

LINDBERGH is one of Denmark-based PWT Group’s “most popular” brands, with more than 75 concept stores in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and China. “The Atlantic Station space stamps as LINDBERGH’s first mid-Atlantic storefront and fourth location in the nation,” Andie Blade, Principal, CLS, CRX, with National Retail Advisory Group, who represented LINDBERGH in this real estate transaction, said in the release. “LINDBERGH’s newest location is surrounded by upscale fashion, commercial and residential mix, and hosts the store’s second location of its new retail prototype globally.”

LINDBERGH is the latest concept to join the ever-changing tenant mix as part of Atlantic Station’stransformation, which is slated for completion this month alongside the property’s 15th anniversary. With additional tenants on tap to be announced this fall, Atlantic Station plans to celebrate the openings of Book Boutique, HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern, Bowlero, envegan, and Azotea Cantina.

Caleb J. Spivak

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