Annie’s Vintage Gourmet is for lease on Jupiter’s Indiantown Road


Annie’s Vintage Gourmet market on Indiantown Road, closed about four months ago, is for lease and could reopen as market or another business.

The yellow, two-story market, once a popular eatery, has generated lots of interest from prospective business owners, said leasing agent Robert Hamman.

A hand-written sign on the front door in the building in the Shoppes of Jupiter Creek reads “Closed for vacation and renovation. Thank you. Management.”

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The one-acre parcel is on the south side of Indiantown Road, between Delaware Boulevard and Pennock Lane. Owned by BC Realty of New York, Inc., the property has been rezoned by the town to allow market, medical and office.

The bottom floor of the 8,000-square-foot building is a market. The top floor is offices. Leasing costs for the building are between $15-$26 a square foot, said Hamman.

“The old owners could reopen and keep it as Annie’s. A new market could open with another name. Offices and medical are being considered. The owners are looking at all options,” said Hamman.

— BILL DIPAOLO


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