Kane Realty Corporation is excited to announce the signing of seven retail leases, all local businesses owned by female and/or minority entrepreneurs, for the North Hills Innovation District (NHID). The vibrant tenant line up for Makers Alley includes Amelia’s Flowers, The BalloonZ Shop and Teal HouZ, Dose Yoga + Smoothie Bar, Green Rabbit Plants, Hellbent, and Ky’s Kandles. HomeTurf, another valuable addition, will set up shop in Tower 5.
Amelia’s Flowers: Beautifully sourced build-your-own style bouquets and pre-made arrangements along with vases, greeting cards and more by Mattie Bush
The BalloonZ Shop and Teal HouZ: Balloon installs, boutique party goods and fashion for teens and tweens by Tonya Terry and Summer Sky
Dose Yoga + Smoothie Bar: Hot yoga room, meditation room, contrast therapy and smoothie bar by Emily Coules
Green Rabbit Plants: Houseplants, planters, and accessories designed for home living by Julie and Will Lin
Hellbent: Curated clothing, accessories, and lifestyle collections by Anna Zarlinga
HomeTurf: Premium indoor cycling experience revolving around community, connection, movement, and music by Julie Ferrer
Ky’s Kandles: Luxury, refillable candles hand poured by Kyla Smith
“We are delighted to welcome these exceptional entrepreneurs to the vibrant tapestry of North Hills Innovation District,” said Stacey Buescher, Managing Director of Operations for Kane Realty Corporation. “In celebrating diversity and creativity, we believe that these locally-owned businesses, led by talented women and minorities, will not only enrich NHID but also contribute to the unique and inclusive community we aim to foster. Each venture brings a distinctive flair, enhancing the overall experience for residents, visitors, and professionals alike.”
Makers Alley, located within NHID, emerges as a bustling hub for hyperlocal purveyors, makers, and artisans. With microretail spaces ranging from 350 to 900 square feet, Makers Alley is a unique addition to North Hills and the Raleigh market promises a memorable shopping and distinctly “Raleigh” experience.
Tower 5, designed to cater to forward-thinking workers, will offer 322,000 SF of rentable office space, thoughtfully amenitized common areas, integrated parking, and 60,000 SF of ground-level experiences. The design encourages social interactions, professional collaboration, and moments of rejuvenation in a natural, outdoor setting.
As NHID unfolds, exciting programming is anticipated, featuring events and pop-ups hosted by the new retailers. The district’s 33-acre expanse, coupled with its bustling ground level, open natural areas, and experiential retail, aims to facilitate interactions and collaborations across a diverse range of office users, entrepreneurs, retail tenants, creatives, and makers.