Don't worry, the New London Antiques Center isn't going anywhere; they are looking for someone to bring in a new business to complement the store, though.
The New London Antiques Center houses more than 100 dealers in its three stories of space, offering everything from records and books to furniture and knick-knacks. The space has also been enticing for businesses that want to be visible without the added burden of maintaining a store. Yah-Ta-Hey Gallery moved its wares from a State Street space into the center, and Native Boards did so as well after briefly opening a shop on Green Street. The latter business is now moving out again, according to New London Antiques Center co-owner Suzanne Berkman, so they're looking for someone new to come in.
Berkman says the space has a separate entrance within the building but is still visible and accessible to visitors to the center, with a municipal parking lot located nearby. It measures 400 square feet and has double-hung windows and new carpeting and paneling. The $400 monthly rent includes utilities and free wi-fi, and Berkman says there is also a move-in incentive to anyone interested in the space.
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