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Discover New Retailers and Services

As Serenbe continues to grow and expand as a community, so does its retailer and service offerings.

As Serenbe continues to grow and expand as a community, so does its retailer and service offerings. The last few months have brought eight new businesses across several categories, including design services, furniture, art, baked goods, golf carts, acupuncture and the martial arts. Whether you’re visiting or live in the neighborhood, these new shops and services offer something for everyone.

Amplify Your Ride

In the market for a quality golf cart or utility terrain vehicle? At Amplify Your Ride, you’ll find Star EV golf carts, which has an expansive offering of recreation and commercial models; Bintelli golf carts, assembled in South Carolina; and Landmaster eUTVs, an electric amp UTV manufactured in Indiana. Amplify’s local owners, Jennifer and Vincent Halma provide a convenient, more sustainable and first-class service option to the community located in Crossroads. The Halmas not only sell new and used carts/UTVs, but they also offer repairs, service maintenance, customizations, refurbishments to give carts a second life and fully electric towing.


District Market

District Market is a furniture, art and home decor boutique located in the Textile Lofts in Grange offering a gorgeous mix of retail and consignment items. Kelly Hunt and her daughter Emma opened its first location on the Selborne Courtyard shortly after COVID lockdowns put Emma’s college career on hold. Kelly wanted Emma’s education to continue, and Emma was looking for an outlet for her artistic pursuits, and so District Market became her business apprenticeship. The duo recently moved the shop into its new, more expansive space. It now hosts a Knitting Club on Mondays and various pop-ups and events, with plans underway for game


Minro Studio

This new ceramics studio and cafe in the Mado hamlet offers workshops, group and private classes in wheel-throwing and hand building techniques. The simple, neutral space and its retail offerings bring in owners Caroline Gilling and Eric Mbanda’s heritages as well as talents. Caroline, a ceramics artist, is from Denmark and the studio’s name stems from the Danish word minro, which translates to “my calm,” a feeling the neutral space exudes. Sip a cup of specialty coffee in her handmade cups as you shop her pieces, in addition to several beautiful African objects from Eric’s native Rwanda.


Rachel K GarceauStudio

Get a firsthand look into the processes of plaster mold-making and slip-casting as porcelain artist Rachel K Garceau creates her original sculptures and fires them in her electric kiln. Primarily a working studio, Garceau also offers in-stock inventory of cups, mugs, bowls, vases and small objects/sculptures for sale. Additionally, she showcases samples and images of large-scale, custom installations she has created for  residential and public spaces to designers and homeowners alike. The studio, located in Grange across from District Market, is open “by chance” or by appointment. Stay tuned for some pop-up events beginning this spring.

Radical Dough

What started off as a humble Facebook post from residentJeff Escalante offering his Serenity Bagels, has turned into Radical Dough in Mado. A true collaboration among residents including an alum of Chez Panisse, the team is committed to baking with organic, local, high-quality ingredients, offering bagels in the morning and Roman-style pizzas and other menu items later in the day. Their mission is to provide meaningful employment opportunities to individuals with neurodivergent traits who will bring their unique perspectives and skills, enriching the entire community.


Red Earth Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Founded in 2007 by David Toone, Red Earth Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine opens its new Serenbe location this summer. The healthcare clinic specializes in traditional Japanese-style acupuncture, moxa and classical herbalism. Focusing on restoring the body's natural ability to heal, the practice is dedicated to offering natural and effective alternatives to surgical and pharmaceutical approaches. It provides support for women’s health issues, pain management, respiratory issues and allergies, digestive health and circulation as well as pediatric care.

Sharp Furniture Co. |Mister + Mrs Sharp LLC

Last December, Meghan and Patrick Sharp, co-owners of full-service interior design firm Mister + Mrs Sharp, moved the business out of their Serenbe home into a brick-and-mortar on Serenbe Lane in Mado. The location not only gives the Sharps and their team of designers a dedicated workspace to outfit your home with custom finishes and furniture, but it also features Sharp Furniture Co.The shop offers a line of sofas, chairs, cocktail tables and counter stools as well as in-stock home accessories, including cashmere throws, candles, coffee-table books and assorted ceramics and kitchenware.

Tapout Martial Arts

A new martial arts studio has arrived in Mado. Guided by experienced black belt professor Jon Ryan, Tapout Martial Arts offers classes in cardio boxing/kick boxing (Muay Thai), No-Gi/Gi submission grappling and conditioning training for men, women and children.Training in self-defense can boost health and fitness, build personal self-confidence and provide skills for those looking to compete. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned martial artist, you’ll progress at your own pace withTMA’s structured curriculum.


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