“While I was still in high school I knew that this was the building that if I was ever to buy a building in Pequot and come home to set up shop somewhere, this was a target,” Maher said.
Back then Maher remembers wandering into the shop to look around at the nice furniture. After he left town it went through several owners, but most had a hard time utilizing the enormous floor and ceiling space to its full potential.
“It was always that building that was underutilized after Silver Creek Traders moved on,” Coltonsaid.
And so it was that he, wife Natalia and their business partners Chris Clasen and Mauryah Burattini made that aspiration come true when they saw the place on the market in the…