WINSTON-SALEM, NC (OCTOBER 23, 2019)— A new “Pop-up” venue opens on Fri., Oct. 25, at Sentinel Commons located in downtown Winston-Salem at 418 N. Marshall Street, the pop-up space aims to create unique opportunities for an array of small businesses, artists and entrepreneurs.

The “Sentinel Commons Pop-Up” offers approximately 3,500 square feet of storefront space located in the historic 1926 Journal Sentinel portion of the building and will have an entrance on the west side of Marshall Street between 4th and 5th Streets.

As an active participant with the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership (DWSP) and their efforts to promote retail expansion, we decided that we have the perfect venue to contribute to more retail and event opportunities in downtown immediately.  The pop-up is an effort to support the community and help small businesses gain exposure, said Sentinel Commons Property Manager, Kane Wilkerson.

Among several pop-up venues scheduled at Sentinel Commons, Dashing Trappings of Winston-Salem will host a retail shop featuring Debonair Art and Décor this Friday and Saturday. (10/ 25-26th) https://www.dashingtrappings.com

Application/Inquiries are now being accepted for those interested in hosting a pop-up. Contact: info@sentinelcommons.com

About Sentinel Commons

Sentinel Commons is a mixed-use development that celebrates community by bringing people together. In the heart of Winston Salem’s most dynamic downtown corridors, Sentinel Commons is writing a new chapter in the history of a local landmark.

Our redevelopment project blends the building’s historical architecture with a crisp, modern transformation. 


PHOTO COURTESY https://www.sentinelcommons.com

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