An iconic Buckhead favorite is coming to Corso Atlanta. After 12 years of carefully merchandising selected goods for the North Atlanta neighborhood, Lucy’s Market is opening its doors at Corso Atlanta’s luxury senior living community. Kim Wilson, founder and owner of Lucy’s Market, is excited to bring her curated selection of European provisions, local goods, and festive must-haves that will greet Corso residents as they enter their new home.
Lucy’s Market at Corso Atlanta will be located in between the bistro and crêperie. Innately meticulous with her business moves, Kim was initially hesitant to join the Corso community as she wanted to ensure that the values aligned. After she met with the Corso team and saw the community in person, she decided it was the perfect fit.
“When I came over and visited, it was like, oh my goodness, this is a perfect place for Lucy’s to help with this customer base and make their lives a little cheerful, a little easier, and definitely add some fun.”
The growing symbiotic relationship between Corso Atlanta and Lucy’s Market ultimately benefits the residents and their families. Both businesses are excited to provide the community with excellence, charm, and unexpected happiness. The Lucy’s Market space will give residents the ability to drop by during the day to pick out their favorite items.
“It’ll be so rewarding for us to be able to help the residents have some things for their grandchildren or their children, or maybe even a meal or two that they can have in their freezer or refrigerator if they don’t feel like going out.”
Featured in various media outlets including Southern Living, HGTV, and InStyle, people from near and far come to enjoy the experience at the current Lucy’s Market located in Andrews Plaza. The moment you step through the door, you are greeted with music, elaborate seasonal decor, and a warm welcome. The same values will carry over to the Corso location. Kim and her team make a point to get to know all of their customers.
“Being able to know their names is so important, and it makes you stand out,” Kim explains. “If you were to go into a place and they called you by name, you definitely have a feeling of importance that they took enough time to know who you were.”
Much of the Lucy’s Market experience encourages you to feel happy and embrace the things you love. As the holidays approach, Kim and her team have set up ornate Christmas displays, including a life-size gingerbread house at the St. Regis Atlanta. In doing so, she utilizes holidays and decor to inspire moments of togetherness.
“I try to make our customers realize the importance of making memories for their family and their children and their grandchildren.”
Corso Atlanta is thrilled to host Lucy’s Market and other distinguished favorites including Terry Furuta Designs and Sugarcoat. Dedicated to providing exceptional service, we look forward to sharing local excellence.