A one of a kind, indoor shopping experience featuring a unique array of local shops and boutiques.
Crystal Lake Alpaca Boutique
Exquisite items from enchanting animals. The boutique carries a variety of alpaca products including hats, mittens, scarves, sweaters, stuffed animals, and the famous alpaca socks!
800 Cottageview Drive, Suite 35C
B50 The Village Store
B50 is your source for everything Village! Historical artifacts on display along with Guided Tour information and tickets available for purchase. Village T-shirts, glassware, postcards, books and more. We also have snacks, beverages, household items and Beer & Wine!
In search of a gift for the man in your life? Or men - looking to treat yourself? The Haberdashery, located in The Village, has everything you're looking for and more. Filled with local artwork, hand-carved wildlife, bar accessories, bookends, and stones for your home or office environment, you are sure to leave with a one-of-a-kind find. Stop in our unique shop, open daily.
800 Cottageview Drive, Suite 25
Haven ~ A Clothing Market
Haven is a modern clothing and accessories store at the Village.
800 Cottageview Drive, Suite 20
High Five Threads
A Michigan apparel company creating products that show our homestate love. Do you love the “Land Shaped as a Hand” as much as we do? Wear your pride on your sleeve, and represent the state we all love to work and play in.
Landmark Books is Traverse City's premier used bookstore. We specialize in classic literature, poetry, modern fiction and Michigania. We also carry a large selection of autographed copies and out-of-print books. If we don't have it we will be happy to locate it for you. We also offer appraisal services at reasonable rates. If you need help building your dream library, Landmark Books can help with that as well. Landmark Books also sells and services vintage manual typewriters. We also sell ribbons and can clean your typewriter.
800 Cottageview Drive, Suite 45
Moonstruck Gardens & Leelanau Lavender
At Moonstruck Gardens you’ll find cool houseplants, pots, handcrafted wreaths and arrangements, dried flower bunches, and one-of-a-kind garden and nature-related gifts. You will find Leelanau Lavender products here as well. We make them in small batches in Traverse City, using the highest quality ingredients that are organic, local and fair trade whenever possible.
800 Cottageview Drive, Suites 40 & 42
Premier Floral Design & Gift Emporium
Stunning floral arrangements for any occasion; weddings, banquets, parties or just because! Lovely selection of cards, journals, and other unique gifts and home decor items.
The Refillery Traverse City
Your one stop destination for personal care and household products that are people & planet friendly, refillable, and sustainable. Bring your own container or purchase one of ours and ditch single use plastic! Tuesday local deliveries.
800 Cottageview Drive, Suite10
Sanctuary Handcrafted Goods
Sanctuary is proud to present natural, authentic, and ethically-sourced handicraft. Their offerings include local and American-made work, as well as imported goods, allowing them to show unique and affordable gifts, jewelry, decorative accessories and entertaining accents.
Silver Fox Jewelry
Silver Fox carries a wide variety of beautiful artisan jewelry and unique accessories, all at affordable prices. You will find sterling silver, copper, semi precious stones – including Larimar, turquoise, amethyst and amber – as well as clocks, purses and scarves.
Sporck Tile Art
Locally handmade, original, ceramic art tiles inspired by nature, area landmarks and Northern Michigan. Ideal for home decor, gifts and souvenirs. Norwegian antiques, dream catchers locally made.
Vintage Du Jour
Vintage du Jour carries a unique blend of the past and present. We have a mix of repurposed and upcycled treasures, antiques, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, mid-century, home & cottage décor and much more... together with a sprinkling of 19th and 20th century furniture.
I walk or tour this place on a weekly basis. Great shops, cool restaurants and relaxing atmosphere. Hit the many shops or restaurants, the Pleasanton Bakery or just go for a walk through the buildings or the grounds. Better yet this the hiking trails in the hills and do a bit of wine or beer tasting. Also a great coffee spot to two. This is a place for locals or tourists alike.Mike W.
Never get tired of stopping for a little meandering at the COMMONS. From food, wine, shops, music... something good always happening.Dawn B.