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More shopping and services at The Shops at Grand Avenue.

Nine new shops for Grand Avenue


The Shops of Grand Avenue announced today that the mall has nine new tenants.

Pink Rebel is a locally-owned women's shoe boutique. TKO Fashions is a women's clothing and accessories store. Memah's Kitchen is a bakery offering home baked goods, gift baskets, flowers and greeting cards.

LipSplash by Kelvy B offers handcrafted flavored lip gloss made with natural ingredients, and TRUE Skool is a non-profit organization that uses urban arts as a tool to engage youth in social justice, community service and civic involvement.

Celebrity Status Barber & Beauty Shop, Kidz Closet, Robbins Law Group and Active Nutrition MKE wellness center are all either open or opening soon.

Pink Rebel, TKO Fashions, Celebrity Status Barber & Beauty, Robbins Law Group, Active Nutrition MKE and TRUE Skool are currently open for business. Kidz Closet, Memah's Kitchen and LipSplash by Kelvy B are all scheduled to open in June.

"The Shops of Grand Avenue is truly invested in Downtown Milwaukee, and to that end our management team has been working diligently to provide the community with a great shopping experience," says Dan Rosenfeld, principal of Mid-America Real Estate-Wisconsin. "We are very excited about this vibrant mix of new retail, dining and service offerings."


Talkbacks

Photodavie | April 24, 2014 at 7:17 a.m. (report)

This announcement is so sad. Just walk by the "new stores". There are a total of 10 pairs of shoes in the new shoe store. Turn the Plankington building back into a beer garden. Then people will come back to the Grand.

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