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Brick & Vine Will Open in Merchants Square This Spring

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WILLIAMSBURG-Colonial Williamsburg plans to open a new flagship store in Merchants Square next to Illy Caffe later this spring.

The new store, called Brick & Vine, will occupy space in the former Binns clothing store and is expected to open in late April.

Three of Colonial Williamsburg’s shops will relocate to form the new Brick & Vine store: Craft House, Boxwood & Berry, and Williamsburg At Home, according to Jeff Duncan, Vice President of Real Estate for Colonial Williamsburg.

Brick & Vine will carry a variety of Colonial Williamsburg’s licensed products including bedding, fabric, paint, lighting, decorative accessories, tabletops, gifts, and other seasonal items.

“Shoppers will find a reimagined Williamsburg brand shopping experience with a wonderful array of products in an engaging atmosphere,” Duncan said.  “We also think shoppers will enjoy the free flow of the shopping experience combined with the interior access to Illy Caffè.”

New merchants for the vacant storefronts formerly occupied by Craft House, Boxwood & Berry, and Williamsburg At Home will be announced at a later date.

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