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Mon July 22, 2013
Restored Providence Arcade announces new tenants
The Arcade Providence is announcing a new round of retail tenants. The historic Arcade downtown has attracted Adirah, Kingston Crafts, ArchAngels, Luniac Glamour and Ntrendsic.
Adirah is a Providence gallery concentrating on authentic African art. ArchAngels Threading Studio restores brows that have been damaged by over-tweezing, bad waxing or threading by inexperienced threaders.
Kingston Crafts specializes in locally made and antique furniture restoration. The Arcade represents the firm’s first retail location.
Luniac Glamour is a styling shop that sells jewelry, clothing and accessories made by Rhode Island designers. They offer products from more than 50 local artisans and designers. Luniac Glamour also has a location on Main Street in East Greenwich.
Ntrendsic sells clothing and accessories for the ``bold, wild and free.’’ Ntrendsic is also active in trunk sales.
These retailers join previously announced tenants to the restored Arcade, the 185-year old landmark historic shopping center. Those tenants are Dash Bicycle, Jessica Ricci, New Havest Coffee Roasters, Royal Male, Southwest Passsage, a jewelry retailer with an accent on the American Southwest and Sugar Coated heaven. Those stores as well as 48 micro-lofts will be opening later this summer.