The Village of Baytowne Wharf expands shopping opportunities

baytowne wharf expansion
Special to The Log
Published: Friday, July 19, 2013 at 03:32 PM.

Tresha Brown, merchant manager of The Village of Baytowne Wharf, announced that Uniquely Chic, SOHO Cabana Boutique and American Doll have brought more refreshingly unique shopping experiences to this vibrant locale.

The Village of Baytowne Wharf continues to bring family entertainment to Sandestin homeowners and guests alike, offering a variety of shopping, dining, and fun, family attractions.

“It truly is a neat experience to support and assist in bringing in new businesses into The Village" Brown said. "We consider our guests, both near and far, when determining our next new addition. The Village sees more than 1.8 million guests per year we want to make sure we are giving them exactly what they come for.”

Uniquely Chic has three stores in the Florida Panhandle featuring handmade jewelry by local artists, Tyler candles, Lenny and Eva and much more.

“It was truly an obvious choice to open a Uniquely Chic at The Village of Baytowne Wharf," said Gemma Azan, co-owner of Uniquely Chic. "The personality and cultural life of The Village lends to the individual shopping experience that is Uniquely Chic. Our presence in The Village of Baytowne Wharf is exciting and we are looking forward to offering our unique gifts to both the local community and our visiting friends.”

The Village of Baytowne Wharf has also welcomed American Doll and SOHO Cabana to the heart and soul of Sandestin. SOHO Cabana is an upscale and contemporary ladies boutique offering lines such as Splendid, American Couture by Millie and Alice and Olivia.

“We still have a few more leases to firm up over the next few days as we continue to grow our village," Brown said. "We are excited to share … but just not yet.”

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