The Shops at One Three Four Five (1345) are diverse, featuring vintage and modern furniture and décor, pottery, lighting, jewelry, and art. There’s also men’s and women’s apparel, vintage clothing, linens, outdoor sculptures, specimen cactus and Moroccan textiles and rugs.
Visiting the shops at 1345 is not just about shopping, it’s an opportunity to immerse oneself in a carefully curated space. It showcases the latest trends and timeless designs. With a focus on offering a diverse range of products, every visit to the shops at 1345 promises to be an inspiring.
The Shops at 1345 is owned by Brandon Hoskins and Stephen Wilson. Their vision is to create a unique shopping with a collective of luxurious boutiques in the iconic midcentury building. Known for their unique selection and impeccable taste, these shops offer a curated collection of high-quality products for discerning customers. Customers can expect to find a variety of goods, ranging from stylish clothing and accessories to home décor and art pieces.
The Shops at 1345 on North Palm Canyon was designed in 1955 by E. Stewart Williams for the Harold Hicks Real Estate and Insurance Company. The original interiors were by Arthur Elrod.
Hicks and his brother Milton went on to open the Desert Water Company. In 1960 they hired the award-winning architectural firm of Lundgren and Maurer to expand on E. Stewart Williams’ original plan.
The building stayed much the same until it was sold in 1978. With a few alterations it was used as real estate offices and eventually an art gallery.
In 2012 it became The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five.
Whether you’re looking for a new addition to your wardrobe, a statement piece for your home, or a unique gift for someone special, the shops at 1345 are sure to have something that catches your eye. Brandon Hoskins and Stephen Wilson’s commitment to providing top-notch customer service ensures that each visitor receives personalized attention and leaves with a memorable shopping experience.
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