A midcoast common retailer as soon as owned by former Phish drummer Jon Fishman went in the marketplace final week for just below $3 million.
The Lincolnville Middle Common Retailer at 269 Primary St., positioned lower than 20 minutes from the vacationer meccas of Camden and Belfast, has lengthy been a neighborhood staple on the town.
In 2017, the shop reopened below the possession of Fishman and his spouse on the time, Briar Lyons Boetsch, who invested closely to revamp the three-story constructing with a brand new industrial kitchen, retail house, eating areas, bakery and wood-fired pizza oven, amongst different facilities. On its higher flooring, the shop has workplace house and a one-bedroom house.
Because the pair cut up, it seems that Boetsch has been managing the shop. The 8,000-square-foot property sits on three acres and comes with extra parcels positioned at 6 Heal Street, 272 Primary St. and 572 Hope Street.
The shop’s homeowners declined to touch upon the property’s itemizing on Monday, however one gave a short touch upon the sale on Fb final week. That proprietor confirmed within the feedback that they’d be working the shop till the appropriate purchaser comes alongside.
“I assume it’s time for somebody to put in writing the following chapter. Throwing it out to the universe,” an proprietor wrote on the shop’s web page.
The homeowners of the Lincolnville retailer additionally personal the Northeast Carry Common Retailer, close to Moosehead Lake.