Shops at Nottingham: Multiple vendors under one roof

Jan. 05, 2013 @ 05:38 PM

Furniture, household goods, toys and other items can all be found under one roof at the Shops at Nottingham.

Multiple vendors can be found inside the facility which is at 2585 W. Roosevelt Boulevard in Monroe.

Instead of having to go to multiple locations people can find a number of different items in one place, Cheryl Monroe, manager of the Shops at Nottingham said in reference to the convenience of the facility.

“We have a number of vendors who rent from us and they provide then their products and they maintain their merchandise,” she said.

Shops at Nottingham is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. From October through Christmas it is open on Sunday afternoons. Holiday seasons are often big seasons for the facility with the sale of many home decorations and gifts but it also sells a lot of furniture, she said.

“We do sell straight off the floor if someone likes something,” she said.

In addition to this, customers can also order custom made items. Sofas, recliners and bedroom sets are some furniture examples offered at the facility.

Currently there are around eight different vendors represented at the Shops of Nottingham, which is usually the typical number of vendors people will find when they stop by. They try to offer a variety of different products and to bring in vendors who offer different products than what they already have available for customers. Products from Candlewick, Paula Deen, Better Homes and Gardens, Carolina Mattress Guild and others are some of the items customers will find when visiting the Shops at Nottingham, she said.

“We have a lot of children’s books, we have a lot of children’s toys but predominately, we have a lot of home decor,” she said.

By having such a large variety in one location, people don’t have to drive around a lot or go far. Instead they can get all their shopping done here in one place, she said.

For more information about the Shops at Nottingham call 704-238-9399 or visit

What: Women In Business Luncheon-”Are You Doing What You Love?”

When: Jan. 10. 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Where: Rolling Hills Country Club, 2722 W. Roosevelt Boulevard, Monroe

Note: The event is hosted by the Union County Chamber of Commerce. The cost to attend is $20 for chamber members and $30 for non-members. For more information call 704-289-4567 or visit Ann Hancock, Wingate University’s head women’s basketball coach will speak at the event.