The Greene adds new tenant through pop-up shop program

The Greene Town Center’s first tenant for its new pop-up shop will be open this weekend.

Olde Crow Primitives will be open Friday through Sunday in the tenant space across from Sephora. Olde Crow carries “unique primitive” and country decor like furniture and signs, as well as other decor for the home. The Greene is introducing pop-up shops, where the town center is allowing small business to test their product sales on the weekends.

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“The gist of the program is that someone will be able to utilize a finished out space that is already fully fixtured for a week at a time. I think that the thing that is really appealing about this is that the businesses will only be required to pay us a small fee for each day they are actually open for business not all the days of occupancy. This has been very appealing so far. There are no other fees involved to operate in the space,” Willshaw told this news organization in an email.

The pop-up shops will be housed in a space at 4420 Glengarry Road. Learn more about Olde Crow.


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