The Cotton Mill Exchange will be opening at The Mill on Etowah in early fall offering artisans, merchants and customers alike a new way to sell and shop, its owners said.
With 48,000 square feet of the old denim mill and 200 merchants, the Cotton Mill Exchange is hoping to offer something for everyone.
Steve and Lauri Sinatra have been in the antiques business for 10 years and said they are excited to bring a new concept to The Mill on Etowah. As one of the first tenants, they are looking forward to opening their doors to the public in late September. The Cotton Mill Exchange will feature artisans and merchants providing new and handmade furniture, antiques and primitives, handcrafted and new jewelry, gifts and a variety of clothing options.
To learn more or to become a merchant, visit- http://www.cottonmillexchange.net/
The Mill on Etowah is Canton’s newest mixed-use development featuring a variety of tenants including Reformation Brewery (open now), Thrive Coworking, Barrel & Vine Tavern and Wine Bar, Liberty Hill Church and more. Located along the Etowah River at 141 Railroad St.