BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ – Days after it was announced that the landlord of Corrado’s Market in Brick had evicted the company from its premises, the sign at the highly anticipated market was removed on Tuesday.
Even though lawyers for Corrado’s hinted that a deal was being sought, but it does appear to be final now as the sign was quickly removed from the building.
Our report from two days ago:
Residents waiting eagerly for the new Corrado’s Market at the Laurel Square Shopping Center may have to wait a bit longer. This week, an eviction notice was placed on the door of the store. The letter dated June 8th reads, “The tenants of this rental premises have been evicted and the landlord has been placed in full possession thereof.”‘
The store was scheduled to open in early July.
The business is appealing the court ruling, but this could mean the end of the North Jersey grocer’s entry into the Ocean County market.
A lawyer for the company today said negotiations between them and the landlord had broken down after a possible settlement was nearly reached.