Brickbottom Open Studios

One of the buildings that makes up Brickbottom was originally built in the 1920’s as a bakery for the A&P supermarket chain. One of the first to introduce “store-brand” products, the bakery made it possible for A&P to sell bread well below usual market price. This contributed to A&P surviving the Great Depression, where many other stores did not.

(Image credit: Adam Levielle)