Shake Shack isn’t Preston Royal Village’s only new business. Gypsy Wagon is coming (for a little while, at least)

Photo courtesy of Courtney Anderson | The Gypsy Wagon

Sixty-one years after Preston Royal Village arrived in the neighborhood, the shopping center is undergoing a facelift.

Steel City Pops began serving customers in March. Shake Shack and Sur la Table are coming soon, and Eatzi’s Market is slated to open this fall.

Now Gypsy Wagon is making a short-lived appearance at the shopping center. Today, the Knox-Henderson boutique opened a pop-up shop located in between Toy Maven and Pure Barre. Customers can peruse home goods, accessories and clothing until July 30.

The shop hopes to launch a permanent second location, “but it’s not set in stone just yet,” partner Johnny Seale says.

Seale’s wife, Carley, opened The Gypsy Wagon in 2007.


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By |2017-05-18T18:11:44-05:00May 18th, 2017|Business & Development, News|5 Comments

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