Women’s retailer Altar’d State will open its first Dayton location on Friday, July 6 on Glengarry Road near Victoria’s Secret. The store has shops in Cincinnati, Columbus and Mason, among others in Ohio.
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The retailer is “a place of respite and a distinctive shopping experience with the latest fashion finds, the most sought-after accessories and charming home décor and gifts,” according to The Greene.
Another women’s fashion store, Dry Goods, opened at The Greene toward the end of July. The store owned by Von Maur, offers contemporary clothing, jewelry, accessories and footwear.
The store will open in the 3,642-square-foot Ann Taylor space at 4433 Glengarry Drive between Banana Republic & Eddie Bauer. Dry Goods opened its first location in 2010 in Aurora, Ill.
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Auntie Anne’s store also opened in July. The shop will move into the former Teavana space at 4450 Glengarry Drive.
Auntie Anne’s was founded in Pennsylvania in 1988 and now operates more than 1,700 locations in 48 states and more than 25 countries. The Dayton Mall has the only other Auntie Anne’s shop in the Dayton area.
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