On Monday, we posted about the potential for the nascent Greene Hill Food Co-op to set up shop in the ramshackle and mostly vacant stretch of storefronts at 18-24 Putnam Avenue in Clinton Hill. Noting what a game-changer it could be for the location, we hoped that the membership would support the move. So we were pleased to learn there was unanimous support among attendees at the co-op meeting last night. As a result, the lease committee will proceed to negotiate a lease with the landlord and hopefully be able to present it to the membership for a final vote in July. Bravo!
Food Co-op May Lease Space on Putnam [Brownstoner] GMAP
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