Charlotte Vintage owners are moving their popular vintage furniture store from Huntersville to Optimist Park later this summer.
Charlotte Vintage sells furniture, lighting and accessories from the mid-to-late 20th century.
- The new shop, located inside Lintmen’s, will also sell designer vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories, from Gucci to Harley Davidson.
Context: Charlotte Vintage owners Stan and Katrina Teague specialize in sourcing hand-picked vintage pieces from estate sales, auctions and buying trips.
- Inside the store, you’ll find one-of-a-kind, reclaimed furniture pieces.
- The NoDa residents say they’ve been looking for a Charlotte location since they opened in Huntersville in 2020. “We’ve been watching the neighborhood landscape change every single day,” Katrina said in a press release.
Details: The 2,700-square-foot space will be located at 2315 N Davidson St.
- Of note: Lintmen’s straddles neighborhood lines between Optimist Park, Villa Heights, and NoDa.
Zoom in: Charlotte Vintage is the latest addition to Lintmen’s, an adaptive-reuse project named after the nickname given to textile workers who’d return home covered in lint.
- Charlotte Vintage joins Seoul Food Meat Co. and the Urban District Market food hall, with more tenants to be announced soon.
What’s next: Charlotte Vintage’s Huntersville location will close on Aug. 28. Katrina tells me they’re aiming to open the new Charlotte store on Sept.1.
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