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Explore the Women-Owned Small Businesses of Downtown Kannapolis

The newly revitalized downtown Kannapolis district offers a wide variety of attractive, vibrant spaces for female entrepreneurs to start and grow their small businesses. The picturesque downtown district is now home to an array of women-owned small businesses ranging from boutiques and art studios to delicious food and treats.

As we celebrate National Women’s Small Business Month, we invite you to explore the small businesses that female entrepreneurs have created in downtown Kannapolis, so you can support them now and in the future.

Women-Owned Businesses in Downtown Kannapolis

  • Kristle’s Art Studio – 103 West Ave
  • Maven Hair Salon – 109 West Ave
  • My Sister’s Place – 111A West Ave
  • Lennon Boutique – 113A West Ave
  • Lantern Realty – 119 West Ave
  • Magnolia Lane Real Estate – 118C W A St
  • MakeupXMadi – 118D W A St
  • Mod Haven Decorating Den – 118G W A St
  • NC Realtor – Britney Biles – 118H W A St
  • Fathom Realty – Carrie Kinney – 118I W A St
  • Commercial Properties Realty Trust – 118J W A St
  • Melissa Hunt Photography – 116 W A St
  • Carolina Groom Room – 114 W A St
  • Decadence Popcorn – 112 W A St
  • Lovely Lines Boutique – 115 W A St
  • Nostalgia Hollow – 1111 N Main St & 133 West Ave, Suite A
  • Oxford & Lee – 133 West Ave, Suite C
  • Adair Style Studio – 135 West Ave
  • Local Patriot Coffee and Roastery – 139 West Ave
  • Eat Cakes Bakery – 141 West Ave
  • Stella Revolt Clothing Co. – 143 West Ave
  • 3 Jems Boutique – 147 West Ave
  • Sweetest Beginnings – 102 W A St
  • Luckey’s Touch of Love – 110 W A St

Stay tuned for more spotlights on our local women-owned small businesses during National Women’s Small Business Month!

Photography by: City of Kannapolis and Travis Dove via Charlotte Magazine


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