Architectural Artifacts successfully weathered the construction along East Central, but it’s moving anyway.
“It was tough, but my customers were loyal, and I appreciate that,” says owner Amy Herd.
Sometime in May — she’s not sure of the date yet — Herd is moving her store from 5424 E. Central to the former Bleu space at Lincoln Heights Village at Douglas and Oliver.
“It’s still in my neighborhood,” Herd says. “I’m a College Hill resident and am loyal to Lincoln Heights.”
Herd says the parking is better at Lincoln Heights, and she’ll have more space, too.
She currently has 850 square feet. The new space is 1,050 square feet and also has a basement twice that size.