Co-op and art bar to open at Lambert Kay site

Commercial tenants, including a planned food co-op, are signing up for spaces in the long-vacant space formerly owned by Lambert Kay in Winsted. The property is now being called the Winsted Edge Works. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson

WINSTED — Almost two months after purchasing the former Lambert Kay property, Parker Benjamin Real Estate Services of Unionville, Conn., has announced two new reservations for spaces in the building.

“Seventy percent of the first floor of the building has now been reserved,” Parker Benjamin managing broker Brian Lyman  said. “We still have space on both the first and second floors.”

Winsted residents approved the purchase of the property at a special town meeting 15 years ago, after the Lambert Kay company went out of business.

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A correction

"[O]nly 70 of the available 200 shares have been sold".

This quotation is not correct. There is no limit to the number of shares available. What I did say is that we are aiming for 200 shares sold by the end of September, and that at the time of the interview we had sold 70.

Thank you for the opportunity to make this correction.

Phillip Allen, Secretary
Mad River Market, LLC