New Albany biz shuffle, by Caitlin Bowling (Insider Louisville)
A new business is preparing to move into the corner of Main and Bank streets in New Albany, while former tenant Laura Buckingham is deciding the next step for her popular business Bread and Breakfast.
During the holidays, Bread and Breakfast quietly shut its doors. It’s operated at Main and Bank streets since early 2014 and was poised to relocate to a new retail center across the street called Underground Station.
However, that is no longer the case, Buckingham told Insider Louisville via Facebook.
“I’m looking for a new location; I’ll still be selling bread at the markets till then,” she said.
What's next at the northwest corner of Bank and Main? Bowling's piece corroborates a conversation I had last week with the building's new owners, who formerly operated a bed (not bread) and breakfast in Jeffersonville.
They're in the building daily, working on the rehab.
Building owner Larry Schad, an attorney with Schad & Schad in New Albany, said he sold the property in October to a woman named Linda Williams. Insider Louisville could not reach Williams by press time, but Schad said she plans to run a small cafe and art shop.