Upscale women’s boutique Monkee’s of Lake Norman and modern mercantile Pete & Pop’s Findery have signed leases with Lat Purser & Associates for the final two retail spaces at The Linden mixed-use development in Davidson.
Located on Jetton Street across from the Harris Teeter-anchored Davidson Commons shopping center, The Linden opened in early 2017 and features 162 luxury apartment units and 5,000 square feet of retail space. Carolina Craft Butchery and organic juice bar Clean Juice opened at The Linden this spring.
“We are fortunate to add these very cool, locally owned retail stores to the mix at The Linden,” said Jimmy Penman, vice president of retail leasing for Lat Purser. “From the area’s finest in fashion to locally crafted gifts to food and beverage items sourced by neighboring farms, The Linden truly is a Davidson story.”
Monkee’s of Lake Norman (2,183 square feet) has been a leader in Lake Norman’s fashion scene since 2008. Independently owned and operated by Sandy and Bobby Bowers, Monkee’s offers a wide variety of women’s contemporary clothes, shoes and accessories from designers including Tory Burch, Milly, Diane Von Furstenberg, Frame Denim, Mother Denim, Loeffler Randall and more. Monkee’s of Lake Norman plans to relocate to The Linden in the spring of 2018. Residents of Davidson for over 15 years, the Bowers also own Monkee’s on Main, which will continue to operate in historic downtown Davidson.
Pete & Pop’s Findery (1,300 square feet) celebrated its grand opening last week at The Linden. The modern day general store founded by Davidson’s Kary Watson offers unique finds and specialty products crafted by artisans locally and around the world. Pete & Pop’s specializes in one-of-a-kind accessories, gifts, luxurious soaps and scrubs, wedding presents, unique paper goods and children’s treats.
Jimmy Penman and Trip Harris with Lat Purser & Associates represented the landlord on the lease transactions, and Kathleen Rose of Rose & Associates represented Pete & Pop’s Findery.