Grocery Store to Open at Former Endicott Bank Site
Renovation work is underway inside a building on Washington Avenue in Endicott which had housed a series of banks over last past six decades.
Four partners are preparing to open a grocery store where a Citizens Banks branch office had been located until the company closed a year ago.
The store at 18 Washington Avenue will be called Deshi Halal Bazar. The building is just south of North Street.
Records show the property was acquired by Bisillah Brother LLC of Roscoe last month. It had been owned by NNN New York Asset LLC of Woodland Hills, California.
The partners in the grocery store project say they expect the business will open within the next month or two.
The shop will stock Indian and Pakistani food items that aren't readily available in the Endicott area. In addition to halal meat, the store will sell vegetables and fresh fish.
Remodeling of the former bank began about two weeks ago.
Citizens Bank moved its branch office from Washington Avenue to a smaller space at 1001 North Street.
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