Rahll & Sons, which at 14 units is the market’s largest vendor, has been on the market from its start. Joe Rahll, vice president, agreed that the facility remains as vital and vibrant as ever.
“The entire market is filled, and there are a lot of independents now,” Rahll said. “That’s certainly a change from 10 years ago.”
Coosemans has been on the market since the fall of 2007, when a fire forced it out of its former location.
“It’s been a symbiotic relationship,” said Lolo Mengel, president of Coosemans D.C “We needed a new home and they needed some new business on the market, and we were able to help each other.”