Independent Manhattan Avenue Supermarket Natural Garden Is Closing

Natural Garden supermarket (750 Manhattan Ave.)

The independent supermarket Natural Garden (750 Manhattan Ave.) will close in the coming weeks and is the process of clearing out store stock with sales on most store items.

Signs posted in the front windows state that grocery prices are marked down 20 to 50 percent. A 74-year-old employee told Greenpointers on Monday that the store would close in “two-to-three weeks” and that decreasing business due to increased online shopping negatively impacted the supermarket’s bottom line.

Inside Natural Garden

The employee said that Natural Garden opened in Greenpoint approximately 17 years ago and that the building’s owner also operates the grocery store, the events space upstairs and the Woodstack clothing store directly next door , but the owner been spending more time out of NY.

 

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2 Comments

  1. FlavaNation1 says:

    So sad they’re closing! They’ve been a mainstay for me for many years. I especially liked that they were open late in the evenings. It’s strange they’re struggling in light of how many newcomers there have been to the neighborhood in the last few years. There’s certainly been times, however, where the store has been pretty empty and I’ve been the only customer in there. Here’s to hoping that the Associated Supermarket one block to the north will expand their hours, as I imagine they’ll get a slight boost in traffic.

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  2. Rocky says:

    Glad that Green Farms aka “Greenberg’s” is still around!

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