On Tuesday, the Citadel Mall announced a few changes to their lineup of stores.
- Reforge Charleston, a new type of "makerspace" is moving into the Belk wing. The business will offer classes including: 3D printing, 3D modeling and design, soldering, computer programming, rubber stamp making, wood working, and fiber arts. Reforge Charleston is an educational, 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit that provides a facility for people to utilize tools, equipment, and teach classes for the general public and hold events for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) awareness. Visit www.reforge.io for details on classes. Reforge Charleston is planning to open in early October.
- Spirit Halloween is opening in the former Sears building as a seasonal shop in the first week of October. Spirit Halloween is the largest Halloween specialty retailer in the country with over 1,325 locations in strip centers and malls across North America. For more information, please visit: www.SpiritHalloween.com.
- Avis Budget rental car services has opened across from Planet Fitness.
- GC Printing, specializing in custom printing, has opened in the former Hat Shack space, next to Atlantic Bedding and Furniture.