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December 5, 2019
After nearly four decades in a quiet residential nook of Charlotte, North Carolina, Circa’s recent move to a large commercial space in a shopping center may have turned a few heads. The adjacent bungalows that had housed the company’s selection of antiques and home decor had long been emblematic of the family-owned brand’s distinct approach. But as the family moves into its third generation, Circa is looking ahead.
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November 25, 2019
Furniture brand Hellman-Chang is moving from hipster Brooklyn to rural Georgia. We checked in with co-founder Eric Chang to get a sense of what the move means for the company, and why keeping empty space empty will help them get bigger—and faster.
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November 22, 2019
As the decade comes to a close, so too will Michele Varian’s beloved SoHo shop. Varian has plans to reopen her mainstay design store in a smaller space in Brooklyn in 2020 and to open a showroom in Manhattan.
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November 21, 2019
Designer Kara Mann, whose career has been bold and star-studded, debuts her new collection, Kept, a surprisingly simple yet stunning set of household utility items—things “so beautiful you don’t have to put them away.”
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November 13, 2019
In the States, companies like Common, Ollie, and WeWork’s WeLive have already established a presence in major markets, and now a major player from across the pond is setting up shop: Entrepreneur Reza Merchant has opened The Collective Paper Factory in Queens, New York.
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November 6, 2019
Increasingly, entrepreneurial designers are turning to real estate in order to bring all the aspects of their business together in a cohesive package—and sell it, of course.
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