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Savi Provisions and Twisted Cycle have signed long-term leases to open new stores in Milton’s Crabapple Market, Ackerman Retail Wednesday announced in a press release. Courtney Brumbelow and Haley Hartman completed the leases with the retailers on behalf of Crabapple Market. Shaun Weinstock of Weinstock Realty & Development represented Savi Provisions in the lease negotiation process.
Savi Provisions will bring its growing Atlanta-based neighborhood market to the mixed-use development offering locally-sourced gourmet and organic foods, and fine wines and spirits, out of a 4,627-square-foot space. It will be the ninth metro location for the company and will be operated by Franchisee Dishang Patel. Twisted Cycle, an indoor cycling and HIIT workout studio with five metro-Atlanta locations, completed a 2,493-square-foot lease. The stores are scheduled to open in spring 2021.
Crabapple Market is a 200,000-square-foot live-work-play development featuring a mix of retail, dining, and entertainment offerings, as well as Class A office space. Phase one of the development is complete and an expansion now nearing completion.
“We think Crabapple Market is the ideal place for us to open a new metro Atlanta store,” Paul Nair, owner of Savi Provisions, said in the announcement. “The walkable layout, strong tenant mix and the connectivity to the surrounding community make this a great location for Savi Provisions.” In addition to its gourmet grocery offerings, Savi serves prepared foods and a variety of “health-conscious,” made-to-order meal options. The Crabapple location will also house a walk-up coffee bar and specialty juice bar, and a revolving schedule of food and wine tastings.
The Twisted Cycle store — which will occupy space in the expanded section of the development — is the fitness chain’s first franchise location. It will be operated by franchisees Eddie Cooper and Sherry Rizzi-Cooper. “This development is perfectly positioned for our fitness studio,” Seth Carver, CEO of Twisted Cycle, said. “We love everything about Crabapple Market – its boutique feel, the architecture of the buildings, and the active neighborhood that it’s located in. The area is very health-conscious.”
The master-planned development features historic brick façade detailing and floor-to-ceiling arched windows. The next phase of the development will include a stage for concerts, movies and theatrical performances, a recreational path and rooftop patios overlooking downtown Milton. “We’re very pleased to bring Savi Provisions and Twisted Cycle to Crabapple Market,” Courtney Brumbelow, Executive Vice President for Ackerman Retail, said. “This project has broad appeal to retailers that want to be in a mixed-use development offering a dynamic tenant mix and a family-friendly environment. We’re in talks with several other clients interested in the new spaces that will be completed early next year, and there are likely to be announcements of new lease signings soon.”