Harvard Market Closes After 106 Years

By Jael Kuehl

The Minnesota Daily reported that after 106 years of business, Harvard Market closed it's doors Monday night to open up space for a new luxury apartment project.

The new development that will be in the place of Harvard Market is not scheduled to open until August 2011, the Minnesota Daily reports, and will contain a CVS/pharmacy.

The Star Tribune interviewed people who said they were not frequent customers, because Harvard Market was pricey, but they agreed they would miss it.

Havard Market was not known for it's deals, until the day it closed when everything was 50 percent off, according to the Star tribune.

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