Shopping

The following retailers are open in Carmel City Center:

Addendum Gallery

736 Hanover Place, Suite 108

Addendum Gallery specializes in hand-crafted art pieces, whimsical gifts, and jewelry. Most of what you will find in Addendum comes from the United States but there are also a few items from France and South Africa. Carmel City Center will be a second location for Addendum, which currently has a store in Broad Ripple. Addendum is planning to open in September.

Authentic Sports Collectibles

715 Hanover Place

Authentic Sports Collectibles began as a baseball card store at the corner of 116th and Rangeline Road in Carmel in 2003. In Carmel City Center, it carries autographed photos and jerseys, dirt from stadiums, game-used items and much more. It is now open.

Bath Junkie

741 Hanover Place

Each product from Bath Junkie’s wide selection—including phosphate-free bubble bath, paraben and mineral-oil free moisturizers, exfoliating salt scrub, spa tub-safe bath crystals, alcohol-free body mist, SLS-free shower gel, everywhere foaming body wash, hair conditioners, anti-bacterial hand wash and a full line of pet products—are custom-blended to their customers’ specifications right in the store.

Brides of Carmel

731 Hanover Place

Website: www.bridesofcarmel.com

Brides of Carmel specializes in designer bridal gowns, including Marisa, Melissa Sweet, Peter Langner, Priscilla of Boston, and Vineyard Collection, just to name a few. It also has gowns for the rest of the wedding party, many of which can also work well for galas and other black tie events. Brides of Carmel plans to open in September.

Daphney Allen Skincare

736 Hanover Place, Suite 105

Daphney Allen Skincare is relocating from its current location in Fishers, Indiana. It provides a full menu of professional skincare services including customized facials, advanced chemical peels, waxing services and more. Owner Daphney Allen has been a licensed Esthetician for 9 years. She is known for her extensive skincare knowledge and attention to detail. Daphney Allen Skincare is scheduled to open in August.

Jack & Jill Children’s Shoppe

727 Hanover Place

Jack & Jill Children’s Shoppe offers a broad range of children’s apparel and baby gifts as unique as your child.  It offers a selection of children’s clothing from casual wear to outfits and dresses appropriate for any special occasion.

Nature’s Karma

711 Veterans Way

Website: http://www.natureskarma.org

Nature’s Karma offers a unique and inspiring retail experience of recycled gifts and goods, Fair Trade items and organic skincare from around the globe and locally. It features an array of house wares, clothing, stationery, jewelry, tea, 100% Soy Candles and much more.

The Bike Line

724 S. Rangeline Road

Family owned and operated since 1979, the Bike Line Bicycle retail sales and service including accessories, parts and apparel. It specializes in Performance Road Bikes and features Trek & Gary Fisher Collection Bicycles.

The Next Step Fitness

750 S. Range Line Road

Website: www.myxts.com

The Next Step method incorporates stretch, strength, and manual soft tissue work to achieve the best results. Next Step Fitness trainers assess your starting point and progress you safely and effectively. The trainers are qualified to help ease your aches and pains with rehabilitative touch as well as offer personal training to help you to achieve your fitness goals. The Next Step Fitness operates out of the Clubhouse of the Residences of Carmel City Center.

Uber Boutique

31 W. City Center Drive

Website: www.uberboutique.blogspot.com

The owners of Uber Boutique describe it as a lifestyle store with a mix of both home and fashion pieces. Formerly called Haus, the items for the home include a mix of vintage, reproduction and modern pieces with an eccentric flair. Carmel City Center will be a second location for Uber, which currently has a store in Broad Ripple. Uber is scheduled to open in August.

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