Restaurants, ‘artsy uses’ lining up for Easton silk mill

b10725a42f21b6ddvia LehighValleyLive – Expect a flurry of new retailers and restaurants moving into the Simon Silk Mill early next year, according to the landlord.

Mark Mulligan, who redeveloped the vacant mill at 13th Street and Bushkill Drive, said he’s negotiating with numerous businesses to move into the artists’ community.

“We have a couple restaurants. We’ve got some more retail, some good artsy uses we’re talking to,” he said Wednesday, Dec. 21.

Many new businesses opened at the mill in 2016 and even more followed in 2017, including a brewery, an Australian-themed cafe, an art gallery and fitness center.



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