Friday, July 6, 2012

Blend Boutique, TCBY set for Ballantyne Village

Two new stores are set to open in Ballantyne Village soon, a women's boutique and a self-serve frozen yogurt place.

Blend Boutique will carry clothing, jewelry and accessories. Brands at the store will include Citizens of Humanity, LNA, Mother Denim, Ramona LaRue, MYNE and more. The store is set to open in August.

Owner Christy Ward said she was drawn to Ballantyne Village because of the other upscale shops and restaurants in the shopping center.

The TCBY location is owned by local franchisee Samuel Batt. He's something of a fro-yo magnate in the area, owning 12 TCBY locations in the Carolinas, nine of which are in the Charlotte area.

"These new additions further strengthen the boutique tenant mix and are anticipated to attract new and repeat patronage from the neighborhood community, as well as metro Charlotte," said Margie Bruner, who represented Ballantyne Village in the tenant negotiations.

There is still retail, restaurant, medical executive and office space available to lease at Ballantyne Village, the company said.


Anonymous said...

getting tired of hearing about stupid Ballantyne, seriously focus more about uptown areas.... Ballantyne doesn't want to be part of clt anymore and they don't need any more focus....

Anonymous said...

Dont hate just cause you don't live there... Ballantyne, where the important people live.... HAAA

Anonymous said...

Both of you provide a snapshot of the worst and most annoying parts of society.