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Harrison's Corner Market

Harrison's Corner Market deli counter

Now open: Harrison's Corner Market -- a neighborhood grocery and sandwich shop -- at the corner of Congress Street and 4th Street in downtown Troy. It had a soft open this past weekend, and Wednesday marked the start of its regular schedule.

The store is the latest piece of the ongoing redevelopment of the former Trojan Hardware complex there by owner Kevin Blodgett. Since 2012 he's rehabbed spaces in the 35,000-square-feet collections of buildings for occupants such as Rare Form Brewing and The Shop.

(See Lauren's interview with him last year about the process over behind making over the corner and the challenge of opening a downtown grocery.)

Harrison's Corner Market will be open 11 am-7 pm on Mondays and Wednesday-Saturday (closed Sunday and Tuesday). Co-manager Jared Barton said the store will offer sandwiches and ready-to-eat foods from its deli counter. (It shares a kitchen with The Shop, but has a separate slate of offerings.)The space includes a handful of tables and and window counter seating for eating in.

The market side includes a collection of grocery and convenience staples such as milk and eggs, with a few special items in to the mix. Barton said they'll be filling out the grocery offerings as they figure out what sells.

The store also has a cooler full of craft beer, available for drinking in the store or carry out.

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Harrison's Corner Market
Congress Street and Fourth Street
Troy, NY 12180

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