The Mill on Etowah, a mixed-use development in a century-old textile mill in Canton, will welcome a batch of new tenants over the next couple of months as it continues its expansion.
Dana Cox, project manager with real estate firm Penn Hodge, gave an update Friday on the list of tenants set to call the mill home. One of these tenants is Nomadic Flow, moving from Reformation Brewery into its own space on the first floor of the mill on May 1.
“The businesses we leased will be the first tenants to occupy the first floor that’s been vacant since the mill opened,” Cox said. “These new tenants will be considered the retail area on the first floor and are expected to move into this area by June 1.”
Joining Nomadic Flow in the retail area will be Mayberry at The Mill. The photography business will neighbor Nomadic Flow and will offer sets for photographers to book times for client sessions. Sets will be built and will be available for different shoots such as family portraits and graduation photos.
The Be Brand, a women’s lifestyle brand which currently has offices and warehouse shipping already on site, will open its retail shop on the first floor of the mill this summer. Neighboring The Be Brand will be the boutique business Whole Soul Shop. Additional retail area shops will include Whitetail Coffee Company and 89th and Autumn flower shop.
Sweet Joy Ice Cream is also expected to move into the first floor retail area sometime this summer, with no date announced, Cox said.
The mill is also expected to welcome a few tenants later this year including Magnolia Villa, Gunnin Land Surveying, a gym called Strongside, Blackbird Tavern, and Atomic Biscuit, Cox said.
With these tenants moving in this year, Cox said five spots remain on the first floor for retail shops, and two 5,000 square foot spaces remain in the railroad street portion of the mill.
“Everything else is pretty much leased,” Cox said.
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