The Merchant To Open Second Store in Krog Street Market

The West Midtown gift shop and boutique is expanding into Inman Park.

The West Midtown gift shop and boutique is expanding into Inman Park.

The Merchant, a curator of giftwares, stationery, and vintage goods, will open in Krog Street Market (KSM) later this year, the Inman Park mixed-use development in a press release announced Monday.

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“We are so eager to join the tenants at Krog Street Market,” Dan Collier, owner of The Merchant, said in the prepared statement.

“Having searched for two years for our next location, KSM is an ideal fit for our brands. The environment that KSM has created for Atlanta is something that we knew we wanted to be a part of and it is our goal to bring only the best to the Market.”

At its Inman Park store, The Merchant will focus on “industrial chic goods” curated from across the country.

The 3,000 square-foot space in Building A at the corner of Krog and Lake, will retail general gifts, stationery, and home furnishings, and carries brands like Kate Spade New York Stationery, Rifle Paper, Fishs Eddy, and much more.

The Merchant’s original location is in West Midtown, at 993 Marietta Street NW.

For more information about The Merchant, visit TheMerchantAtl.com or follow along on Instagram and Twitter @TheMerchantATL.

Photo: The Merchant Howell Mill. Credit: Eat Drink Love Shop.

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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