“Plaid Pine Designs” is the selected retailer to participate in Burlington’s “Project: Pop-Up,” an initiative that allows emerging entrepreneurs to experiment and expand their concepts in a physical storefront. Plaid Pine Designs creates high-quality, functional children’s clothing while putting sustainability at the forefront. The temporary store is located at 62 Second Ave. Burlington – in the heart of the vibrant 3rd Avenue mixed-use retail hub off Middlesex Turnpike.
Plaid Pine Designs was founded by Micaela Johnson, a self-taught sewer with a deep love for creating cherished heirloom pieces. Plaid Pine Designs utilizes organic, eco-conscious, and non-toxic materials carefully designed and sourced from other small businesses.
Burlington’s Economic Development Office was awarded a grant that enabled the pop-up project. “We are proud of our contributions to this project, stated Melisa Tintocalis, the Town’s Economic Development Director. She added, “The results are mutually beneficial – it helps to activate vacant store space while giving someone like Micaela, an emerging entrepreneur, a chance to test her retail concepts, and it also expands unique shopping options in Burlington.” Nordblom, the property owner, in partnership with UpNext, a company that helps find short-term leases for retailers, brought the project to life connecting by Plaid Pine Designs to the space.
Plaid Pine Designs will be open during the following days/hours:
For more information about Plaid Pine Designs and to explore their collection, please visit www.plaidpinedesigns.com. Also, learn more about UpNext: https://www.project-pop-up.com/. For more information, contact the Town’s Economic Development Office at email@example.com or 781-505-1186