The in Miller Place officially closed down last week, and now the owners are looking to sell.
A once popular spot for some locals offering live music and other programs along with coffee, drinks and food, Beanberry was unable to sustain business and now they are looking for someone to buy, according to the daughter of the building owner, Helen Haghani.
"They have a few people interested and we’ve had a few people who came in," Haghani said. "They are not doing business right now, but they are trying to sell.
The interior has been kept intact, the location is zoned for wet use and the store also has its liquor license.
"The place has been done inside very nicely," Haghani said. "There are different options. A deli would do very well and they might have a frozen yogurt place coming in to look."
Haghani is also looking to bring in a new business to the location in the shopping center her father and brother built 25 years ago.
"It’s made of steel and concrete, it’s very well built," she said. "More than half of our tenants have stayed there for many years and they are very happy, but the economy is not great so you have these things going on all the time."
Interested business owners can call Haghani at 516-641-7702.
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