New Businesses Coming to Carmel City Center

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(photo courtesy Carmel City Center) (photo courtesy Carmel City Center)
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Carmel City Center is set to open several new businesses this summer. Oliver's Twist, Be.You.Tiful Nails and Addendum Gallery will all move from current locations to larger space in the new Baldwin & Chambers Building.

Oliver's Twist is a paper and gift store owned by Kristyn Davidson, who says she's excited about the move “I love the community feel of Carmel City Center and think Oliver’s Twist will be a great addition to the current merchants.”  The store has it's own line of letterpress wedding invitations, Bella Figura, and will offer a wide range of American-made products. 

Be.You.Tiful Nails will join other merchants in the Nash Building this summer. The full service nail salon will have eight manicure and pedicure stations, and will offer a range of services seven days a week. Addendum Gallery is doubling their square footage with their new space in the Baldwin & Chambers building. Addendum is in its 15th year, and is the only MacKenzie-Childs retailer in the state, and the first to offer Michael Aram Fine Jewelry.

The new business announcements were highlighted by an earlier announcement that Cake Bake Shop will open shop in the new Baldwin & Chambers Building. The new location will double the square footage of their original Broad Ripple shop. Owner Gwendolyn Rogers says plans call for the new location to open this fall. 

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