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Westside Provisions District
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Westside shopping destination welcomes Nashville native Kayce Hughes and the store's "timeless mix of comfortable clothing, vintage-inspired accessories and home goods."
Westside Provisions District, the Howell Mill Road destination spot for boutique shopping and popular dining, has welcomed retailer Kayce Hughes to its tenant family. The classy clothing store, recognized by Martha Stewart and Southern Living, is now open for business. According to a press release, Kayce Hughes offers a timeless mix of comfortable clothing, vintage-inspired accessories and home goods and is a welcome addition to the distinctive blend of existing shops, boutiques and restaurants WSPD has to offer. “Kayce Hughes will vamp up visitors’ West Midtown experience, as the boutique is a new hot spot for a large female demographic,” said Michael Phillips, COO of Jamestown, the real estate developer behind the district. “Her regional…
Friday, January 18, 2013
A look at three apartment developments on the westside along with additional construction coming to the area of the already heavily traversed Howell Mill Road.
It’s the Midtown Patch Question and Picture and of the Day all rolled together as we take a look at development activity along Howell Mill Road on the westside of Atlanta. The pictures consist of two projects currently under construction and a third that looks to break ground this year. Plus, a shot of an additional construction project coming to the area near Howell Mill and Huff Road. First up is about a 3-acre property bounded by 9th Street, 8th Street, Brady Avenue and Howell Mill that is currently home to chef Ford Fry’s very popular The Optimist restaurant that opened last spring. Perennial Properties, which would like to deliver the project by Fall of 2014, has proposed a mixed-use development with 230 apartments and 9,000 square …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Temporary flower shop to be open on Fridays and Saturdays within the Westside Provisions District until moving to a nearby permanent location in the spring.
Fresh from her successful whimsical holiday pop-up, ‘Boutique De Noel,’ garden designer Marie-Laure Coste-Dujols is bringing a temporary European Flower Shop to the Westside Provisions District. The Le Jardin Français Boutique will located at 1100 Howell Mill Road across from Yeah Burger. Beginning this week, it will be open on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. This new boutique is in advance of a permanent location coming to Atlanta’s westside this spring. At the European Flower Shop, you’ll discover beautiful fresh seasonal flowers and unique textured foliages that can be selected by the stem or composed by talented designers into a custom composition. Shoppers may peruse the bounty of the finest nature-inspired, often locally…
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Westside shopping and dining destination prepares for expansion of retail space and improved parking.
On the heels of a successful year that saw a surge of new leasing activity, Westside Provisions District recently announced in a press release a major addition of square footage and a handful of other physical changes to the district coming in 2013. These additions come as the popular shopping and dining destination, an innovative mixed-use development located in west Atlanta built amid a former industrial complex on Howell Mill Road, has grown into one of the city's more frequented destinations for retail and dining. The expansion will include major additions and changes to the north end of the district near Huff Road that includes Star Provisions, Jonathan Adler and Taqueria del Sol: In the release, Michael Phillips, COO of Jamestown, …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Saturday's holiday pop-up event on the westside promises to wrap the season in holiday good cheer.
Midtown resident Marnye Hall was the lucky winner of a $50 Westside Provisions District (WSPD) gift certificate that Midtown Patch helped give away in conjunction with the annual 'Tinsel and Twine' event at WSPD. Hall’s name was randomly selected among all those who entered the Patch/WSPD contest and the Midtown resident of about six years expressed her love of the holidays. “I think my favorite Christmas memories surround decorating the Christmas tree when I was a child,” she said. “My grandparents would always join us for the decorating after my dad spent a few hours getting the lights just perfect. The tree was never themed, it was a hodgepodge of store-bought and handmade ornaments. The decorating always ended when my grandpa’s final …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
For a really fun and different holiday experience, hit Westside Provisions District's "Tinsel and Twine" this December 8th and 15th.
Update: A winner has been selected, contacted and confirmed. Patch will be posting a follow-up story on Thursday, Dec. 13. Thanks to all for your great comments and we'll see you at Tinsel and Twine this Saturday! Original story: The holidays are here and Patch and Westside Provisions District (WSPD) are helping spread the good cheer by giving away to one lucky winner a $50 gift certificate good at any of the outstanding slate of merchants at WSPD. All you have to do is leave us a comment below about what you're looking forward to (or what you enjoyed most) at this year’s second annual 'Tinsel and Twine' event at WSPD, and we'll enter you into a drawing for the prize good at any shop or restaurant in WSPD. There’s no need to write a lot. …
Monday, December 3, 2012
Atlanta southpaw Jonny Venters joins bank volunteers at the westside's Atlanta Community Food Bank to help sort and pack meals for those in need.
Staff Report Atlanta Braves pitcher Jonny Venters recently joined 50 Bank of America employee volunteers sorting and packing 14,000 meals, made up of 21,000 pounds of food, at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB). "It was great to volunteer with Bank of America employees and the Atlanta Community Food Bank to help make a difference and fight hunger in our community," Venters said in a release. The effort was part of Bank of America’s support of Feeding America's "Give a Meal" program. For every $1 donated to Feeding America or local food banks via www.bankofamerica.com/give or feedingamerica.org/BankofAmerica, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will contribute an additional $2, up to a total match of $1.5 million. This is in …
Friday, November 30, 2012
Festive pop-up event featuring photos with Santa, a holiday stocking bar and old-fashioned candy counter also gives shoppers a way to give while they receive.
Returning for a second season, Westside Provision District’s (WSPD) holiday pop-up event, "Tinsel and Twine," promises to wrap the season in holiday cheer this December 8th and 15th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shoppers can get into the spirit of the season and help WSPD reach its goal of 10,000 donations by bringing non-perishable food items to the District and dropping them at any of the easy-to-find donation barrels located at: The Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) is a nonprofit organization that strives to supply a variety of well-balanced, nutritious foods to families and individuals in need. Their most needed items are: The pop-up also offers old-fashioned, "photo booth"-style snapshots with Santa, handmade holiday goodies perfect for …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Crews will continue repairs on the heavily used westside roadway through the remainder of the week, but the plan is to shift to two-way travel to two lanes during construction, although there may be intermittent full lane closure for equipment adjustment.
More than a week after a 5-to-6-inch sinkhole appeared on Howell Mill Road near the Westside Provisions District, city crews continue to make repairs to the road while motorists who regularly use the heavily traveled roadway seek alternate routes to reach area destinations. But there does appear to be an end in sight as a spokesperson with the Department of Public Works told Patch Tuesday night that crews expect to be finished with repairs by Friday. But in the meantime, expect more delays in the area between 14th Street and Huff Road due to the sinking ground that first appeared on a bridge on Tuesday, Nov. 20. The stretch of roadway was closed to all traffic for about 24 hours when the issue was first discovered last week. A temporary …