Visitors, of course, may check present Mitchell Street companies, for example My Fair Sweets and Friedman’s Shoes out.
The options are all gone, but Historic Hotel Cabins, the title, lives on.
Atlanta-based artist DJ Opdiggy provides songs for the event, and meals trucks from Only Loaf’n, South of Philly, Cousins Maine Lobster, along with Rio’s Italian Ice is going to soon be on-site, too.
However, Pop Up Row obviously offers more than just a history lesson; visitors must anticipate music, art, food trucks, and other purchasing options.
- Atlanta Makery: a gift shop featuring”apothecary, clothing, accessories, leather products, stationary, artwork, gifts for guys, baby products, and edible gifts such as neighborhood honey, clocks, and chocolate,” based on a Newport press release.
- The Bookery: an intown bookstore run by the people behind Mableton’s Book House, that has been working since 1976.
- Cat Eye Creative: a pop-up artist area showcasing a range of locally made work, as well as studio space to get a rotating roster of creatives.
- Eighth & Style: a”new experience service that specializes in producing relatable, experience-rich environments for both influencers and brands”
- Ennyluap: an Atlanta-based style brand.
- The Mast: an art gallery welcoming creatives from all around the country, where a rotation of displays”of mediums” will be on screen.
- Otis Damon Millinery: a hat-maker focused on hand-crafting”classic pieces” customized for wearers.
Newport’s South Downtown portfolio includes 48 historical buildings and sites along Peachtree, Mitchell, and Broad streets, plus Martin Luther King Jr.. Drive. The business has invested more than $100 million from the project up to now.
Those get free rent and utilities, plus a $500 startup allowance. Pop occupies distances from 211.
From now till July 31, a selection of the resort buildings will be available to patrons. A number of them still bear the names of inns that operated Scoville, Sylvan, and Gordon Lofts, as an example.
Newport vice president April Stammel told Curbed Atlanta it is potential Pop Up Row participants can become tenants.
After that, Pop Up Row will be open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 pm.
Newport US initiative aims to enliven storefronts, signaling the start of the planned makeover of district
The pop-ups will operate from noon until 7 p.m. now, starting with a kickoff celebration.
As of now, Hotel Row continues to be injected with new action that Newport US RE, the developer planning to transform tons of South Downtown is calling for”Pop Up Row.”
Pop-up tenants include:
Before too long, as officials have said, Newport’s $500 million overhaul of this eight South Downtown blocks it possesses will begin to transform Mitchell Street by restoring Historical Resort Row and stripping off two lanes of the four-lane street to make it more pedestrian-friendly.
From the early 1900s, a part of the Mitchell Street of downtown was designed to accommodate travelers coming to and from the Terminal Station, Atlanta’s main railroad hub.