Friday, July 19, 2013

Lawrenceville: 52nd Street Market Needs Your Input

Update: Here is the funding page.
52nd Street Market Needs Your Input

Deirdre Kane and Dora Walmsley, two residents of Lawrenceville, are in the process of reopening the corner store at 52nd & Holmes Streets in Upper Lawrenceville. The 52nd Street Market will focus on grocery staples, such as milk, eggs, cheese and bread and fresh fruits and vegetables. They do not plan to sell cigarettes or lottery. The Market will also feature some prepared foods, free wi-fi for customers, a brewed coffee bar and limited seating for patrons.

They want this to be YOUR corner store and hope that you'll take a few minutes to answer some questions via the survey link below. If you'd like to learn more, please feel free to email dora(AT) or deirdre(AT)
 The location will be at 601 52nd St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201.

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