For many Hartsdale shops, a slow recovery
“Once the pattern of your regular customers coming in breaks, it is hard to get back quickly to that same level again”
HARTSDALE - Turning a profit has been impossible for Robert Troy in the six months since major flooding caused $150,000 in damage at his Hartsdale Wines and Liquors. via Journal News
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#1 Oct 21, 2007
If a new wine store were to open, it would be frequented in the same manor as the new bakery that recently opened in the same spot as the old weathered looking bakery. They have a fresh appeal! Upon seeing this wine store open, we see half empty shelves with a dreary atmosphere... not knocking, just noting... There is definitely enough foot traffic from daily train commuters and the neighboring co-op city...
#2 Oct 29, 2007
Just to comment, I have noticed the same thing with the bare shelves, but I went inside and bought a few bottles of wine and ask why. He is going to do some work to the place to "give it a new look" and didn't want to have to move around all of the bottles.
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