September 22 – October 3
Shreveport Central Business District (CBD)
616 Texas St, across from the Robinson Film Center
To follow the POP UP Project and our various participants, LIKE our POP UP Facebook page.
All of the food and retail spaces will be open MONDAY – FRIDAY, 10 am to 5 pm. We will have extended hours for special events noted below.
Visit POP UP SHOP CENTRAL on Facebook or call the Downtown Development Office at
POP UP SHOPS
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Global Images, LLC — Facebook
4 J’s Java & More — (1) Free 12oz drink with the purchase of any deli sandwich $5.95 or more. (2) Present a receipt from the “Pop Up Project” and receive a FREE cup of House Coffee. (valid: 22 Sept – 3 Oct 2014)
Martha’s Hallmark — Receive $5 off a $10 purchase when you mention “POP UP.” Does not include Hallmark ornaments. One per customer, please. (valid: 22 Sept – 3 Oct 2014)
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9/26 and 9/27
5:30 pm – 6:45 pm — TWINE Dinner and Haunted Tour
Enjoy an autumn-themed meal with food from local purveyors. Then adventure out on a walking tour of downtown’s haunted historic sites. Stops include Crystal Stairs and the Robinson Film Center.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 9/27 and 9/28
11:00am – 2:00 pm — TWINE Brunch and a Movie
Saturday’s brunch will benefit PACE. Diners will receive a matinee ticket to LOVE IS STRANGE (begins about 2 pm at the Robinson Film Center).
Sunday’s brunch will benefit FUMC’s mission program. Diners will receive a matinee ticket to CALVARY or LOVE IS STRANGE (at Robinson Film Center). *There may also be a screening of the newly created missions documentary from FUMC.
POP UP is made possible by the partnership of Citizens National Bank, DSDC, DDA, Tipitina’s Foundation, the City of Shreveport, SPAR, and the Committee of 100. Special thanks to UnCommon Sense Marketing, The Forum, and Lea Hall Properties for their support of the POP UP Project.
ABOUT THE ZODIAG BUILDING
616 Texas, known historically as the Zodiag Building (after its original owner, Austrian immigrant Herman Zodiag), is one of three buildings being completely rehabbed by New Orleans developer Roland von Kurnatowski. By the end of 2015, more than 100,000 square feet of formerly vacant downtown space will be back in business for a variety of uses including market- rate residential, office, retail and restaurants.
The Zodiag Building is the smallest of von Kurnatowski’s three buildings and the one closest to completion. It is also the oldest of the three, constructed around the turn of the last century. The building originally served as a dry goods store and later as a premier women’s dress shop, so Pop UP will be a return to its historic roots!