Anthropologie recently opened at Atherton Mill, which is located at 2140 South Boulevard in Charlotte. Luna's Living Kitchen and the Atherton Market are two other stores there. In Charlotte's South End area developers say they're set on creating a mix of local and national retailers, both in the "soft goods" and food industry, like restaurants, bars and grocers. They're simultaneously working to make South End more walkable.
Anthropologie recently opened at Atherton Mill, which is located at 2140 South Boulevard in Charlotte. Luna's Living Kitchen and the Atherton Market are two other stores there. In Charlotte's South End area developers say they're set on creating a mix of local and national retailers, both in the "soft goods" and food industry, like restaurants, bars and grocers. They're simultaneously working to make South End more walkable. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Anthropologie recently opened at Atherton Mill, which is located at 2140 South Boulevard in Charlotte. Luna's Living Kitchen and the Atherton Market are two other stores there. In Charlotte's South End area developers say they're set on creating a mix of local and national retailers, both in the "soft goods" and food industry, like restaurants, bars and grocers. They're simultaneously working to make South End more walkable. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Developers look to fill retail void in South End

September 26, 2015 02:46 PM

UPDATED September 26, 2015 10:03 PM

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