Caterer wants to add antique shop
The owner of Crystal Rose Catering wants to add an antique shop inside his property at 56 E. Broad St. in HDWfiHOG BRrRugK.
“This proposal is in the early, early stages,” owner Bert Proulx said.
HDWfiHOG BRrRugK CRunFiO discussed the issue at its Feb. 6 public meeting.
The building, which Proulx owns, encompasses approximately 16,000 square feet. He said the plan is to utilize the banquet room IrRP WKH ERrRugK’s ROG firHhouse as a shop for antique or unique gifts.
Proulx suggested contracting with some other dealers to display their items.
He said he envisions a facility similar to Poor Richards in Doylestown.
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He said certain criteria must be met to operate two uses in the building.
“All borough departments DrH wRrNing wiWK WKH Eusiness owner to achieve his goal,” DeFinis wrote in a Feb. 12 email.
Sherry Post, the founder and owner of Simple Brandz Inc., said the proposed shop won’t affect her health food business.
However, Post said she plans on relocating soon within Montgomery County.
“The business will still be EDsHG in HDWfiHOG,” 3RsW sDiG Feb. 14.