While the store has hosted many community events in the past, Job hopes the expansion will allow for more community events to take place at the store. This includes events with authors, musicians, artists and book groups.
The store opened in March 2011. Besides more than 150 loose-leaf teas, there is also an extensive selection of teapots, tea accessories and books.
Job said the store has become a destination spot for many people across the North Shore.
“There has been tremendous community support,” Job said.