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Trilith, a 235-acre master-planned residential and mixed-use development located in south metro Atlanta and adjacent to Trilith Studios, has signed on Funky Shack to its growing roster of Town Centre businesses. The full-service floral design market is set to open later this year.
“Sisters and founders Dawn Hunt and Jennifer Yarbrough with Funky Shack are sure to bring a little fun and funk to the town with their eye for creative floral design unlike anything we’ve seen,” Rob Parker, president of Trilith, said in a press release. “They are an exciting addition to our community.”
Funky Shack offers fresh daily arrangements and specializes in locally-sourced flowers. Currently operating in downtown Tyrone, Ga., the sisters also offer new and vintage home items, antiques, and custom-crafted pieces.
“We are excited to bring a full-service flower shop to this incredible community,” Dawn Hunt, designer and owner of Funky Shack, said. “We will have fresh artistically arranged bouquets every day as well as unique artist-driven gifts and gift boxes.”
The Piedmont Wellness Center, Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar and Hop City are already open in Trilith’s Town Centre, with the following announced retailers planned for 2021: Leyland Blue, Trilith Food Hall, Native Collective (from the makers of Native Beauty Bar), The Skin Society, Sugarcoat, Premiere Hair Studio, The Collective, a concierge by Edwin Jarvis, Woodstone Bakery & Café from the makers of Apple Butter Bakery, Braise, Honeysuckle Gelato, Amici Italian Café, Archer Paper Goods, Poshin Paint, and Green p.s. The development also plans to open a nine-screen luxury movie theatre.