Crabapple Market is a mixed-use development that connects seamlessly with the residential streets of downtown Milton, Ga. Bringing together a variety of restaurants, retailers, businesses and professional services firms, Crabapple Market is building a tenant lineup that increasingly makes it a bustling gathering place for Milton residents and other visitors from morning through night.
Located about 27 miles north of downtown Atlanta, Milton recently received recognition from 24/7 Wall Street Media Network as Georgia’s No. 1 city to live in.
Ackerman Retail’s Courtney Brumbelow and Haley Hartman recently completed leases that will bring gourmet market Savi Provisions and fitness studio Twisted Cycle to the development. The two new tenants expect to open their new locations in spring 2021.
The food market and a gym are important additions that fit in with the overall goal of creating a destination with diverse and well-rounded offerings.
“The walkable layout, strong tenant mix and the connectivity to the surrounding community make this a great location for Savi Provisions,” said Paul Nair, owner of Savi Provisions.
Added Courtney Brumbelow, “This project has broad appeal to retailers that want to be in a mixed-use development offering a dynamic tenant mix and a family-friendly environment. We expect to have new lease signings soon.”
Phase one of the 200,000-square-foot development is complete. The next phase – scheduled to be finished next year – will add retail and restaurant spaces as well as more public spaces for visitors, including a stage for concerts and movies, a recreational path and rooftop patios overlooking downtown.
Savi Provisions will bring additional foot traffic to the development beginning in the morning hours. In addition to gourmet grocery items and made-to-order meals, Savi’s Crabapple location will house a walk-up coffee bar and specialty juice bar. There will also be a revolving schedule of food and wine tastings. Twisted Cycle – an indoor cycling and HIIT workout studio – will provide a state-of-the-art exercise destination for the health-conscious Milton community.
Although a new development, Crabapple’s architectural design – created by Pieper O’Brien Herr – draws on historic Italian design elements, with striking brick detailing and floor-to-ceiling arched windows. The building placement creates plazas for outdoor retail and restaurant dining.