Burlington, MA — Linear Retail Properties, LLC has signed a lease with a new specialty grocer, Snap Top Market, which will open its first location in Boston’s South End this fall.
Burlington, MA — Linear Retail Properties, LLC has signed a lease with a new specialty grocer, Snap Top Market, located at 303 Columbus Ave. in Boston’s South End.
Snap Top Market is a new urban grocery concept created by Steve Napoli. Napoli is part of the “next generation” of the Napoli brothers who own Idylwilde Farms in Acton, Mass. Snap Top Market will join Urban Grape, a modern boutique wine store that will soon occupy another adjacent retail space. These two neighborhood retailers plan to open this fall. Linear Retail purchased the two retail condominiums in July 2012.
“Our interest in purchasing these retail condos was cemented when Steve outlined his vision and conveyed his passion for creating a small urban produce market,” says Bill Beckeman, president and CEO of Linear Retail. “Snap Top Market will be a great amenity for local residents and a terrific complement to our other new retailer, Urban Grape.”
“I’m incredibly excited to start my first business here to serve the South End and Back Bay neighborhoods,” says Napoli.
For more information, visit www.snaptopmarket.com.
Based in Burlington, Mass., Linear Retail is a leading acquirer and operator of retail properties in New England. Linear Retail owns 62 retail properties including convenience-oriented strip shopping centers, specialty storefront retail in select downtown neighborhoods, smaller, well-located centers in dominant retail destination corridors, net leased single tenant retail properties and urban retail condos. For more information, visit www.linearretail.com.