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Anna Kemper and Marnie Clayton select Trenholm Plaza
Nov '09
Shoppers will have one-of-a-kind options for holiday gift items when MACK Home opens at Trenholm Plaza. Well-known local designers Anna Kemper and Marnie Clayton will offer a wide variety of unique home accessories, hand-crafted furniture, lighting, art and jewelry in addition to their design services in the new shop. Opening is planned for November 16.

"Anna and Marnie bring an exciting level of design expertise to Trenholm Plaza," commented Edens & Avant Managing Director Lyle Darnall. "Mixing strong national retailers with great local talent like we have with MACK Home gives shoppers in this area the best of both worlds and sets this shopping destination apart in the market."

Kemper and Clayton bring to the new venture a wealth of experience in interior design and extensive knowledge in retail products for the home from classic to contemporary. Previously, Clayton, was a principal of M.C. Interiors and Forty-One, a successful design firm and home interior retail store. Kemper most recently was principal of Biba Interiors, a popular design and retail business offering home decor, art, jewelry and fashion accessories. MACK Home will offer gifts in a range of prices, and, exclusive to this market, also will feature Mitchell Gold Furniture as one of its lines. Shoppers will find the entrance to MACK Home adjacent to JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc.

Redevelopment of the building along Forest Drive at Trenholm Plaza continues and is slated to be completed late this year. Following completion, Bumble Boutique/B.E.E. Maternal will move to the new space joining Hooligan's and Chipotle Mexican Grill, which is scheduled to open in January.

With 140 shopping centers in 14 states, Edens & Avant is one of the leading retail real estate companies in the nation. Founded and headquartered in Columbia, the Company's portfolio consists of neighborhood, lifestyle and power centers, with many located in infill locations in urban markets. Edens & Avant has regional headquarters in Boston, Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Miami.

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