Tuesday, March 26, 2019

New England News

Big Y Foods is looking to sell its 16,000 s/f Adams, MA location because the store is too small for its current business model…Papa Gino’s  closed 7 additional locations throughout New England, including 6 in Massachusetts and 1 in New Hampshire. The closures come after PGHC Holdings, Inc., the former parent company of Papa Gino’s and D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches, shuttered roughly 95 locations between the two chains in November. The newly closed MA stores are Melrose, Wilbraham, Brockton Natick, and 2 in Framingham, The Seabrook, NH location also shuttered...5 former Papa Gino’s locations are up for sale or lease in Brockton, Natick, Framingham, Wilbraham, MA and Seabrook, NH. Wynnchurch, a private equity investment firm, closed on a purchase of the parent company of Papa Gino’s and D’Angelo’s in February. The previous owners filed for bankruptcy, abruptly closing nearly 100 restaurants. The sale involved 140 company-owned restaurants.

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