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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Here’s the skinny on Selden Market’s new fall storefront tenants

NORFOLK —  Selden Market has selected three new incubator storefront tenants.

Slide Thru #FAM and KOR Vintage have begun their build-outs and will celebrate their grand openings the weekend of Oct.12 and 13. Pure Lagos has transitioned from a pop-up and is already open for business, according to the Downtown Norfolk Council.

Selden Market serves as Downtown Norfolk’s first retail incubator for new and emerging businesses. Selden creates a constantly changing environment with diverse storefront tenants and pop-up businesses that operate on daily-to-yearly lease schedules, the council said.

The goal of the market is to stimulate street-level activity with low rent, short-term leases, business education and mentorship to help businesses shape their model, learn from each other and build community in a low-risk environment.

Here’s a rundown of the new tenants:

  • Slide Thru #FAM – A fast casual eatery serving modern handhelds with Filipino and American flavors. The business is the result of a decade-long friendship of co-owners Chef Eric Jackson and Rina Parrilla Garcia. The two met working in a corporate restaurant and immediately connected on their shared love of food and music. The pair will feature signature sliders like the Mango-Dobo or the Dinuguan-Mi. Check out Jackson’s monthly limited release beef slider based on hip hop legends or the Iconic Duo: a pairing of classic PAHN-sit and LOOM-pya. Better yet, try a Mixtape, which is every dish they make.
  • KOR Vintage – Vintage, retro fashion and home décor. KOR Vintage is a reseller of vintage and transformed apparel, accessories and home decor inspired from retro styles and designs of the 70s, 80s and 90s. Founded in 2013 by Keo Ramirez, KOR Vintage’s collection features rare finds and stylish, one-of-a-kind, timeless classics. Inspired by urban street fashion, art and music, KOR Vintage specializes in pairing unique vintages pieces with high fashion, iconic trends to create bold, unforgettable statements. KOR Vintage appeals to the eclectic buyer and true vintage collectors looking for statement pieces for their homes and wardrobes.
  • Pure Lagos – Curated boutique of indigenous African, handmade and artisan treasures Pure Lagos is an African art gallery and boutique that offers a curated selection of original art, fashion and artifacts from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Kenya and more. Owner Sia Alexander attended Stanford University and Howard University, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in human psychology. After working as a therapist, Alexander pursued a career in fashion and developed an all-natural and homemade skin and body care line using indigenous African herbs and plants called SiaNatural.

Selden Market’s complete fall lineup includes:

  • Vessel Craft Coffee
  • Slide Thru #FAM
  • Surplus by Skate Supply
  • Pure Lagos
  • P.O.P. Kids Store
  • Werther Leather Goods
  • Lorak Jewelry
  • The Original David
  • KOR Vintage
  • Velvet Witch

Fall monthly pop-ups

  • S’mores Amore
  • Doughminion Donuts

Follow Selden Market’s Facebook page and social media accounts for listings of additional pop-up shops weekly. Applications for tenants and pop-ups are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Interested businesses are encouraged to apply at seldenmarket.com.

Selden Arcade at 208 E. Main St. serves as the connector between Slover Library, Hilton Norfolk The Main and Downtown Norfolk. Selden Market is operated by the Downtown Norfolk Council.

The market’s hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

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