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Main Street

At the very heart of The Grand Petite lies a captivating row of multi-use storefronts. Each storefront is meticulously crafted to evoke a sense of wonder and nostalgia, transporting residents to a world of charm and whimsy.

Ten Buildings

Ten captivating buildings form the backbone of The Grand Petite, providing residents with a living experience that harmoniously blends the best of both residential and commercial realestate.

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Mixed-Use

On one side of every building, the imaginative and playful storefronts invite you to indulge in delightful shopping and dining experiences. The enchanting designs are reminiscent of the most beloved main streets from San Francisco, Paris, Zhouzhuang, Miltenberg, and other iconic cities.

On the other side, the buildings transform into elegant historic row houses. These stately facades provide access to the luxury apartments offering a sophisticated living experience steeped in timeless beauty.

Stores and Restaurants

Main Street features an impressive selection of over three dozen retail stores and restaurants thoughtfully curated to offer an unparalleled shopping and dining experience for our residents and visitors alike. 

Our retail shops showcase an array of goods and services, ensuring you're never far from your next favorite find. Some of the types of stores you can expect to encounter at Main Street include:

  • Boutique clothing stores

  • Artisanal gift shops

  • Health and Wellness Center

  • Fresh produce store

  • Bakery

  • Pharmacy

  • Dry Cleaner

  • Bank branch

On Main Street, your culinary adventures are endless. From cozy cafes and casual eateries to upscale dining establishments, our Main Street offers a diverse array of gastronomic experiences, including: 

  • Coffee shops

  • Tea room

  • Sushi bar

  • Pastry shop

  • Fine dining

  • Pizzerias

  • Brew Pub

  • Win Bar

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