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Ivy Walk shopping and dining patrons soon will have even more options when it comes to beauty, health, and wellness retailers in Smyrna.
This quaint shopping center, part of one of metro Atlanta’s first true, suburban live work play communities by John Wieland Homes, is filling its storefronts with three new boutiques slated to open in the coming months.
The ink is still drying on the lease signed by F45, a global fitness gym, for its 2,500-square foot space down from M|T|H Pizza. This will be the eighth Atlanta location for the popular workout concept that specializes in high-intensity group workouts.
Also joining the line-up this spring is Soie Hair, an Atlanta-based luxury hair extensions company, marking its first Atlanta location. And Tra’Vani Scalp and Head Spa, a hair salon specializing in treatments for scalp conditions, just recently opened its doors adjacent to Natural Body Spa late last year.
“The health and beauty category is definitely an ideal fit for Ivy Walk residents, where homes sell for more than half-million dollars, as well as the surrounding community, where average household incomes top $138,000,” explains Kaitlyn Theriot, senior associate, retail services, for Franklin Street, the exclusive retail leasing agent for Ivy Walk, an MRE Properties asset managed by Bridge Commercial Real Estate.
These tenants will be joining established eateries like South City Kitchen, Muss & Turner’s (with its not-so-secret speakeasy), and its sister restaurant M|T|H Pizza as well as other health and beauty names including Natural Body Spa, Ivy Nails, and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
With its location just a mile north of I-285 at the intersection of S. Atlanta Road and Cumberland Parkway, Ivy Walk is a central shopping center that serves the surrounding community and service-oriented tenants appeal to the local lifestyle. Additional boutique space is available, says Theriot.
“The fact that Ivy Walk has a strong line-up of long-time tenants speaks to the strength of this center and its popularity as a neighborhood hub,” Theriot says. The leasing team adds that ideal new tenants could include a medical concept, healthy beverage bar, insurance or finance provider, real estate office, or specialty apparel retailers. Know the perfect addition? Leasing information can be found here.