ARMONK, N.Y. - William Ceisler, who owns Hall of Scoops on Main Street is preparing to open a new business a few doors down at 387 Main St. in six to eight weeks.
What he won't say is what type of business it will be or what he's going to call it. "It's a different type of concept but I'd prefer not to discuss it now," he said. "But it's going to be a little bit different."
Greg Anderson of Mount Kisco, whose family has owned the building since 1981, said it has housed a series of specialy food stores and catering businesses recently, includng the Loaf Bakery Cafe, which closed last year.
A building permit was issued to Ceisler on Jan. 26 that authorized interior renovations, including new flooring, a cosmetic bathroom, lighting fixtures, interior painting and moving a closet. The cost of construction was expected to cost around $15,000.
Because Ceisler will operate a retail store that is replacing another retail store, no special approval was needed. "There was no change in the use of the building so we approved it," William Richardson, the North Castle assistant building inspector said. "We'lll inspect it to make sure it meets New York state building codes."
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