Half-Moon Outfitters officially opens at new East Stone Avenue location

The adaptive reuse development includes Grace Coffee Company, Circa Barber Shop and Tetrad Brewing Company.

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A former auto parts store at 603 East Stone Avenue has been transformed into an adaptive reuse space with a coffee shop, a microbrewery, a barber shop and the new location for Half-Moon Outfitters.

The 15,000-square-foot building was designed by Tara Hile at SHLTR Architects and constructed by AJBright construction.

The outdoor specialty chain first opened in Greenville on Laurens Road in 1995. In a media release, Half-Moon Outfitters says it will continue its commitment toward putting customer service and finely curated outdoor products and apparel at the forefront of the business. And as a community retailer for more than two decades, the business has emphasized building local ties by hosting trail races, movie festivals and more.

In keeping with Half-Moon’s “green” construction philosophy, the new location has specialized awnings that converts natural light into power.

In addition to Half-Moon, the other businesses are also fully-operational. “Beer, coffee, a haircut and all the best outdoor products under one roof – what more could you hope for! A new world – one stop shop,” says Katherine Smith, a Half-Moon employee.

Grace Coffee Company

The Stone Avenue location is the first in the Upstate and third in the state. The company, located inside Half-Moon, provides handcrafted drinks from drip coffee to lattes to frappes.

Circa Barber Shop

The barber shop was founded in Columbia, and Stone Avenue is the first Greenville location. The shop offers a full-range of services for men, women and children.

Tetrad Brewing Company

Brothers-in-law Chad Tydings and John Bucher opened this microbrewery with a three-and-a-half barrel system that will produce classic beers with a modern twist.

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