The revamping of a historic cotton mill in downtown Canton, renamed The Mill On Etowah, is moving along securing businesses. Back in October, Reformation Brewery made the announcement that they would be moving production to the space.
According to Penn Hodge, the developer, the listed restaurant on the corporate website, Old Country Place BBQ, is not coming to the development now and Local on North owners are in with 2 new concepts. We are excited to find out more about their restaurant ventures.
Rayven Co. Candles has also signed to come to the Mill. Locally based Rayven Co. specializes in hand poured soy based candles, skin loving bath bombs and bubble bars. If you can’t wait to check them out, you can visit them now online.
The popular concept of shared workspace continues grow, as Thrive Coworking will be opening its third location in Spring of 2019. The 12,000 square feet of space will offer private offices, meeting and open workspaces. The concept will be very similar to their Alpharetta and Milton locations.
The Cotton Mill Exchange will be a unique retail shopping experience that will provide a place for artisans and merchants to connect with design pieces such as architectural salvage, vintage industrial pieces, European antiques and more. In addition to home products, they will carry vintage clothing, custom jewelry and distinctive gifts. Canton owners, Steve and Lori Sinatra, are working on their website now and are excited about their new venture.
There is still more space available at the Mill On Etowah; what do you hope comes next? It’s an exciting time for this unique, historic building in Canton!
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