Put down your forks. The new Collared Greens on King Street isn’t a restaurant, but it does serve up some satisfying green products.
The Richmond, Va.-based retailer sells American-made, environmentally conscious men’s clothing and chose the Charleston market to expand its second free-standing store, a company news release said.
Collared Greens’ new 1,900 square-foot store is situated in the Restoration Hotel building. Doors opened today at 273 King St., on the corner of Wentworth Street.
“My team and I are thrilled about our move to Charleston and the launching of our newest brick and mortar store…especially being a bright spot in the retail world during a pandemic,” said Steve Mayer, principal illustrator and designer of Collared Greens. “Being located on King Street with other like-minded brands perfectly captures the spirit of the lifestyle target we strive to fit.”
Real estate firm NAI Charleston’s Thomas Boulware, broker in charge, represented Collared Greens in the sale.
“We were happy to guide Collared Greens in their quest to locate on King Street,” Boulware said. “Locating their flagship store in Charleston is a reflection that King Street and the overall market fundamentals are strong. Charleston continues to attract high-end retailers to the downtown market.”
Collared Greens was founded in 2008 and calls itself the “first American Made green clothing brand.” The eco-friendly retailer focuses on American-made goods, showing the brand’s commitment to support American manufacturing and the environment. The Charleston store will feature