Noblesville residents now have a new source for independent glasses and frame makers. Noble Optique, a unique eyewear boutique, recently opened at 840 Logan St. on the square in downtown Noblesville.
Owners Mark and Kelly McCormack renovated the 1890s building to fit the optometry store’s needs, including space for a doctor to perform exams. Noble Optique offers exams, contact lenses and glasses. Mark McCormack said the only thing the business doesn’t offer is surgery.
“What we offer is a lot of independent frame manufacturers,” Mark McCormack said. “We wanted to bring a more local, independent feel to Noblesville.”
Some of the frame lines offered are Cocosong, Woow and Raen.
Noble Optique doesn’t accept insurance but offers out-of-network reimbursement for patients. Mark McCormack said the business is “ultra-aggressive” on pricing. He said patients often pay lower prices after being reimbursed.
The eyewear business has a relaxation room with essential oils and a massage chair.
“We want people to enjoy coming to the eye doctor and feel heard and seen and that their concerns are addressed,” Kelly McCormack said.
The McCormacks eventually want to add production room in the back of the building to stock lenses and produce them on-site.
For more, visit nobleoptique.com.