New Owners Hope to Reopen Carriage Hills L&L

By: News 10
By: News 10

The new owners of the Carriage Hills L&L hope to reopen the store soon, but a new lease with the property owners has to be negotiated first.

Randy Watha, whose 7 Mile Foods company bought the East Lansing and Martin Luther King Blvd. stores, says he "wants to be optimistic" about reopening the Carriage Hills store.

The store closed abruptly late Monday afternoon.

The MLK store continues to operate and will be renamed Market Fresh in the next couple of weeks. If the Carriage Hills location reopens, it will be be renamed C&H Market Place.


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  • by woulduliketono Location: lansing on Apr 30, 2011 at 01:17 PM
    The new owners Randy Watha and his brother should not be trusted... they gave the old L&L employees jobs there for losing there unemployment then tells them that the store is not makeing money and they will call them back and never do... these man need to go back to where they came from...
  • by A. Location: G. on Mar 1, 2011 at 03:08 PM
    I sure hope the Carriage Hills L&L re-opens... It's a great place to shop locally, and always has super-nice employees and great products and prices. YES, please reopen!!
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