Apr 30, 2021 - News

Retail roundup: The latest store opening news in Charlotte in April

House of Nomad

Courtesy of House of Nomad

We’re doing a new thing. At the end of each month, we’ll share a roundup of the latest retail opening announcements around the Charlotte area.

We’ll group them by neighborhood, and we’ll focus on non-food/beverage retailers (clothing boutiques, furniture shops, sporting goods stores, that kind of thing). Have one to share? Reach out to Katie at: [email protected].


House of Nomad, the interior design studio, opened a new boutique in Dilworth a few weeks ago. You can find furniture, pillows and throws, decor, rugs and other home goods. Its exact address is 1405 East Blvd.

SouthPark mall

Free People will open in a space next to The North Face near the mall’s main entrance, CBJ reported. The popular women’s clothing retailer, which also has a store at Atherton Mill, will open in late May.

BOSS is opening next to Peloton. This’ll be the suit and apparel store’s first location in the Charlotte market, per CBJ.

Vince, which sells upscale women’s and men’s apparel and accessories, will open in May across from Tommy Bahama, CBJ also reported.

Golden Goose is opening its first North Carolina store in June, per CBJ. The Italian shoe company will be in a space next to Neiman Marcus.


Infinity’s End, a locally owned smoke shop that also sells gifts and other home goods, recently opened at 1500-B W. Morehead St., near Town Brewing.

South End

Tecovas, a Texas retailer that sells cowboy boots and other leather goods, is now open at Atherton Mill next to Madewell. The store has a bar that serves Topo Chico, local beer and bourbon while you shop.

Tecovas in South End. Photo: Emma Way/Axios

Birkdale Village

Sephora will open this fall at the mixed-use shopping complex in Huntersville, the Observer reported.


Moxie Mercantile, the popular family-run Plaza Midwood boutique, is expanding into downtown Matthews in May, as I wrote a few weeks ago. The store sells gifts, artisan-made wares and clothing.


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