MEN’S FASHION OUTFITTER OPENS ATLANTA SHOWROOM

Continuing its success as a brick-and-mortar retailer as well as a digital men’s clothier, Indochino has opened a new Atlanta showroom at the Shops Around Lenox. The Vancouver-based firm first gained popularity online by offering custom made to- measure suits at off-the rack prices, which customers designed with the assistance of a “style guide.” “We’re setting a new standard for apparel in Atlanta by providing shoppers with the luxury experience of designing a garment that’s tailor-made just for them without a high price tag,” says president and CEO Drew Green. “We call it affordable luxury.”

Indochino
3400 Around Lenox Rd.
Atlanta 30326
470.481.2289
indochino.com

POPULAR MATTRESS COMPANY EXPANDS IN BUCKHEAD

In response to growing customer demand, Casper Sleep Shop recently opened a second location at Lenox Square. Founded in 2014, the company’s mission is to improve sleep and modernize the mattress industry by delivering quality, comfortable sleep products. These go beyond just mattresses to include pillows, sheets and duvets. There’s even a selection of dog beds available. Besides encouraging shoppers to lie down on and test out a mattress, the store also allows customers to book a nap to experience a variety of products in one of four miniature homes within the store. The new Buckhead shop joins Atlanta’s first Casper location in Ponce City Market.

Casper Sleep Shop
3393 Peachtree Rd. N.E.
Atlanta 30326
470.747.7754
casper.com

SANDY SPRINGS ON FAST TRACK TO GROWTH

According to a new report, Sandy Springs continues to attract quite a following. After looking at 15 key data sets for more than 500 U.S. cities of varying sizes, WalletHub named Sandy Springs one of the 30 fastest-growing cities in the country. Ranked at number 29, the city was one of three Georgia cities to crack the top 100, with Atlanta at number 64 and Athens-Clarke at number 65. Using data from the last seven years, the study considered such factors as population growth, unemployment rate decrease, median house price growth and median household income growth.