The exterior of the Greene Hill Food Co-Op on Putnam Avenue looks pretty legit now with its brand-new awning. Here’s an update on the co-op’s growth since it opened this past winter: There are 834 members, with a goal to hit 1,000 this spring; February sales numbers increased 30 percent from the previous month; the co-op is looking to expand soon into its full 2,700 square foot space; and the store will hopefully open on Sundays, as it is only open Wednesdays and Saturdays for now. A general meeting is coming up April 26th from 7-9pm at 138 S. Oxford Street. If you’re interested in joining, check out the details here. Update: Looks like actor Adrian Grenier, famous Park Slope co-op member, has joined Greene Hill.
Soft Opening for the Greene Hill Food Co-Op [Brownstoner]
Greene Hill Food Co-Op Wins $20K Grant [Brownstoner]
Greene Hill Food Co-Op May Open By Late Fall [Brownstoner]
Greene Hill Co-Op Approves Putnam Lease [Brownstoner] GMAP
Food Co-op’ers Back Putnam Location [Brownstoner]
Food Co-op May Lease Space on Putnam [Brownstoner]
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