As long-standing department stores slowly begin to incorporate technology from iPhone apps to podcasts, Neighborhood Goods opened in Legacy West this fall with every imaginable innovation already in mind.
Co-founded by entrepreneur Matt Alexander and real estate investor Mark Masinter, Neighborhood Goods is predominately working with direct-to-consumer, digitally native brands. Offered brands, some testing brick-and-mortar for the first time, include home furnishings company The Inside, Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James, American-made candles from Otherland, and custom artwork by Dallas artist Rob Wilson via RR&Co. Shop.
In place of fixed lanes of racks are multiple frontages of retail spaces designed by Droese Raney, the architecture firm behind Forty Five Ten and Highland Park’s new private club Park House. “It’s a more cohesive, modern version of a pop-up,” Alexander says. “There’s going to be something happening just about every day that gives shoppers a reason to come back and discover something new and different.” For the full article, visit https://www.dmagazine.com/7-shops-and-showrooms-to-visit-now/