Halcyon, Forsyth County’s new mixed-use village, is under construction.
RW Design and Exchange is relocating its showroom from its current location at The Collection in Cumming to Halcyon, according to a press release this week.
The interior design concept will occupy a 7,500-square-foot space at the entrance of the new mixed-use village currently under construction in Forsyth County being developed by RocaPoint Partners and New York-based The Georgetown Company.
Founded by Rhonda White in 1987, RW Designs and Exchange opened its first storefront in 2009 offering services ranging from residential and commercial design, to model home design.
“At RW Design and Exchange, our goal is to expose our customers to a better way of life and provide design services that can match your home to your Lifestyle,” White said in the release.
“With the sophisticated nature of Halcyon and the numerous new residential and commercial spaces coming to the property, Halcyon is the perfect location for RW Design and Exchange, and we think it will help us expand our customer base...”
RW Design and Exchange at Halcyon will be situated in a two-story space with the first floor serving as a showroom and the second-floor housing offices and design space.
White and her team are working with Halcyon homeowners to design their homes from the ground up.
“RW Design and Exchange is the perfect addition to our diverse, upscale tenant mix here at Halcyon,” Patrick Leonard, principal of RocaPoint, said in the release.
“At Halcyon, we want to offer people a truly unique living experience, and we believe RW Design and Exchange will help Halcyon residents and customers create spaces where they will truly feel at home.”
JLL manages the retail and office leasing efforts for Halcyon which will include 480,000 square feet of office and retail space, a movie theatre, two hotels and 690 residential units once completed.
- Caleb Spivak, What Now Atlanta