When the Elm Street Market shuttered late last year, Stockbridge lost a key gathering spot where the regular breakfast crowd would chew over the latest news in the community.
If all goes according to the plan of new Elm Street Market co-owner Tiffany Landry, the shop will be a thriving community hub once again when it reopens next month.
Landry and fellow co-owner Christopher Greendale purchased the store on Wednesday, Jan. 29 from former owner Rajeev Verma for $555,000 and immediately got to work completely renovating the space. Verma purchased the business in January 2018 from the Fitzpatrick family of the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, who had owned the business for 20 years. The business has been established as a market in the community since the 1920s.
A photograph depicting it as the Elm St. Market, McCormick & Price, previously hung in the back of the market over the deli area.
The couple has slated the market’s grand reopening for mid to late March.
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