Roswell’s most popular shopping centers
The City of Roswell's Historic District contains antique stores, art galleries and many unique specialty stores. Shoppers tour through Roswell’s historic streets every day and discover many attractive stores that are filled with enticing merchandise. The Shoppes of Plumtree Village between 1035 and 1065 Canton Street is a shopping center featuring brick sidewalks that lead to a cluster of shopping boutiques, a cafe and an art gallery. The Shops of Soca between 23 and 45 Oak Street is a 28,900 sq. ft., split level shopping center containing an array of creative businesses where shoppers can find artwork, jewelry, furniture, home accessories, custom lighting and expert assistance with creative home design.
Roswell has nine shopping centers for food and other general merchandise. Those shopping centers are Village Shopping Center, Kings Creek, Northbrook Shopping Center, Grimes Square, Midtown Plaza, Holcomb Woods Shopping Center, Holcomb Place Shopping Center, Holcomb Bridge Crossing, and Brannon Square.
Shopping for antiques in Roswell
With a wide selection of fine English, European and American furniture, decorative artwork, valuable collectibles and consignments, King Galleries and Queen's Garden at 854 Atlanta Street, (770) 998-1618, is Roswell's largest antique store and auction house. Another big antique shopping mall is in the Historic Roswell Antique Market at 1207-C Alpharetta Street, (770) 587-5259. The Historic Roswell Antique Market contains over 15,000 sq. ft. of space filled with beautiful antiques, vintage furniture, antique clocks and Oriental rugs.
Possum Trot at 547 Roswell Street, (770) 919-8087, contains 8,000 sq. ft. filled with antiques from more than 30 different antique dealers. Mulberry House Antiques at 1028 Canton Street, (770) 998-6851, specializes in 18th and 19th century American furniture, rugs and paintings. Stoneman English Antiques at 625 West Crossville Road, (770) 649-9600, features rare collectibles from Great Britain including antique furniture, china, paintings, clocks and Victorian prints.
Un Air de Provence at 16 Elizabeth Way, (770) 993-0506, sells 18th and 19th century French antiques, beautiful Provincial linens imported from the South of France, armoires, buffets, fireplace mantels, vaisseliers, chests, armchairs, chandeliers, lamps and decorative accessories. Specializing in fine antique clocks, Roswell Clock & Antique Company at 955 Canton Street, (770) 992-5232, also has a broad selection of antique American, English and European furniture.