The uncertainty of the consequences of COVID, and their lease being up this this 12 months, factored into the choice to shut this spring.
AMHERST, N.Y. — Danahy’s has been a staple in style in Western New York, and after 97 years in enterprise, it introduced Thursday they might be closing within the spring.
Liz Lennon, President at Danahy’s, stated in a letter to customers that the uncertainty of the consequences of COVID, and their lease being up this this 12 months, they made the troublesome choice to shut within the spring.
“There isn’t any simple option to say this and I want I may name every of you individually. However…it’s with deep remorse that I need to let you recognize that after 97 years of Vogue in Western New York
Danahy’s will probably be closing our doorways this Spring.
“Who may have ever for seen the world we presently reside in? Two years of COVID, the uncertainty of the consequences of COVID shifting ahead and our lease being up this 12 months has created the right storm. Sadly I felt there was no different option to make however this very troublesome one.
THANK YOU for being a continuing help to this Small Native Enterprise we’ll by no means actually have the ability to actually Thank You.”
Danahy’s was based by Mabel Danahy and her sister in 1925. Their first location was on Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. The enterprise was bought in 1961 to new homeowners. In 1996, Danahy’s moved to the Northtown Plaza on Sheridan Drive after 72 years on Delaware Avenue. Danahy’s then moved throughout the road to Piccadilly Plaza in 2017 after the Northtown Plaza was deliberate for demolition for brand new growth.