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NOMA Flats adds Copper Penny to development

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The NOMA Flats mixed-use development in downtown has added a Charleston-based women’s boutique to its retail offering.

Copper Penny has signed a lease for 2,200-square-feet of retail space in the building and will relocate from its current Greenville location in February 2017.

NOMA Flats, located in downtown Greenville, recently leased 2,200-square-feet of retail space to Copper Penny. The Charleston-based women’s boutique plans to relocate from its present Greenville location to the mixed-use development by February 2017. (Photo/Provided)NOMA Flats is located at 233 North Main St. and has 23 apartment units and 13,800-square-feet of retail and office space located across from the Hyatt Regency in NOMA Square. According to a news release, Copper Penny will relocate next to Pure On Main.

“With its vibrancy and energy, downtown Greenville is a natural fit for Copper Penny, and we can’t wait to open our doors at NOMA Flats in time for spring shopping,” said Elizabeth Brehm Rubel, owner of the Copper Penny franchise in Greenville, in the release.

In September, The Art Cellar relocated to 5,500-square-feet inside NOMA Flats. According to the release, all 23 apartments are leased and the building has a 2,141-square-foot retail space remaining at the location. Lat Purser & Associates, owner of NOMA Flats, said they are “targeting fashion and other complementary users” for the last retail location.

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