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Orem furniture store opens second location inside Trolley Square
With the addition of the Alice Lane Home Collection furniture boutique, Trolley Square is becoming a place where consumers can purchase many things for the home.
Alice Lane, founded in Orem five years ago by owners Jessica and Adam Bennett, joins the Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and Williams Sonoma as home-oriented stores inside Trolley Square.
"Trolley Square provides a more central location for our customers and clients in Salt Lake and Davis counties and is the perfect spot for our flagship store," said Jessica Bennett. "Not only is Trolley an ideal location, the space is beautiful with large windows and natural lighting, a setting that is fitting to the Alice Lane brand."
Alice Lane features a mix of furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories and gifts. The store employs 25 employees, including seven full-time designers who work on projects in Utah and across the United States.
"Alice Lane Home Collection is a widely recognized furniture boutique and design firm, and its presence at Trolley Square will provide our customers more options and expert advice for outfitting their homes," said Khosrow Semnani, Trolley Square owner. "As the new owners of Trolley Square, this lease signing continues our commitment to making Trolley Square a unique downtown shopping, dining and entertainment destination."