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Saturday, January 12, 2013
Friday, January 11, 2013
The Japanese grocery has announced plans to move out of the borough.
The Narberth Business Association is organizing a "cash mob" invasion of shoppers Saturday morning at the Japanese grocery store Maido!, whose proprietors told Patch they are preparing to leave the borough this spring in search of lower rent and more space elsewhere in the Main Line. Business leaders are hoping, though, that an uptick in Maido! business could help keep the store in town. From the NBA's Facebook page: Saturday, January 12, 10am. Join the cash mob at Maido! For the last ten years, Seiko and Pat Dailey have made Maido into a local treasure for Narberth. Pat has been the president of the Business Association for the last seven years, and has created many of the Narberth events, including The Narberth Dickens Festival. Join …
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The owners of the Japanese grocery are looking at other Main Line buildings. Their lease expires May 1.
After 10 years in Narberth, the proprietors of the Japanese grocery store Maido! are planning to move out of their Narberth Avenue building at the end of April, co-owner Pat Dailey told Patch Tuesday. The business's lease with Wolverton & Co. expires at that time, and Dailey and his wife—Maido! founder Seiko Dailey—are looking for a new building elsewhere in the Main Line. On Monday, Wolverton advertised on Craigslist the availability of 36 N. Narberth Ave.'s first floor, seeking $8,200 a month for its 3,500 square feet. Patch could not reach company president Will Wolverton on Tuesday for comment on the circumstances of the property becoming available. The property would be an "Ideal Location for a Farmers Market or Prepared Foods Market…