How to get your ironmaker fix at Ironmaker’s 12-story, 12-block retail building
When the idea of a six-story brick store popped into my head, I was instantly intrigued.
But I had no idea how it would work.
How would it actually fit in a shopping mall?
I’m not sure I even understood the concept.
But with my experience with brick stores, I knew it was something special.
I could easily imagine myself standing outside my door and seeing a small display of Ironmaker merchandise, maybe even one that was on sale for a few bucks.
When I asked my parents about this, they both said they’d love to see one of their Ironmaker stores in their neighborhood.
And so, on a whim, I bought one of the six-floor buildings from Ironmaker and was immediately hooked.
I’d never been in a store like this, let alone the space in the back, and I could see why.
The walls are lined with the best reclaimed iron.
The shopfront looks like it’s going to be a big-time hit, with a new brick and a full-size mural that tells the story of Ironmakers roots.
I can tell you from experience that Ironmaker is a real gem, and its employees are extremely dedicated to the store.
There’s a whole team of dedicated employees, from a team of 3 people that works in the shop and another team that works out of a warehouse.
The store has two floors, which are connected by a glass wall that gives the space a modern feel.
The retail space is huge, with all the best features, including the new floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
I’m a fan of the shop’s minimalist design and the large glass windows make for a stunning view of the surrounding building.
There are plenty of amenities for a modern shopping experience.
You can have the best barber, manicurist, massage therapist, or a spa and get all your hair done with a great service.
And you can even rent out your home for a special occasion.
The main office is located right next to the front door, so you can easily grab a quick cup of coffee and a quick chat with your co-worker before heading out.
In addition to the great design, Ironmaker has a lot of perks to make it a great experience.
The first is that you can use your Ironmaker credit card for your purchases.
It’s super easy to do, and the shop accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
There is no minimum purchase to make, so the price of a purchase isn’t much of an issue.
If you decide to shop on the second floor, there are also a ton of other perks to consider, including Wi-Fi and a fitness center.
In the back of the store, you can see a bunch of cool items that you might not be able to find at other brick and mortar stores.
It looks like the space is destined to be an online destination, with the shopfront showing a lot more merchandise than most brick and mortars.
So if you want to get the best deals on your favorite items, go for it.
Read more about Ironmaker in this week’s Entertainment Weekly issue.