When it comes to taking care of your own health, it can be tough to find a place that offers you the right tools and products, but that doesn’t mean you should give up hope.
After a long hiatus, the TarryTown Pharmacy is back and the new owner has put his stamp on the pharmacy’s new name.
The new owners, John B. and Christine A. Schreiber, have purchased the pharmacy and plans to keep the name as Tarry Town Pharmacy until they close their lease on the building.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new pharmacy: What’s in store for the new TarryTown pharmacy?
The new owners have already laid out plans for the building, including renovating it into a new medical office, according to Tarryville City Manager John R. Sorensen.
The building has been in use for nearly a decade and is in the process of being completely refurbished, according Sorenen.
“They’re going to put in a new coat of paint, and we’re going be able to move the business to a different location,” he said.
The renovation is expected to take about a year.
The new TaryTown pharmacy will be open for business on April 24, according a news release from the city.
What can you expect to see at the new location?
The pharmacy has received some changes from the previous owners.
“We’ve got a little more of a remodel here, but we’re still going to have a great pharmacy,” Sorenten said.
Somethings that the Tarytown pharmacy can expect include: A full kitchen remodel; the addition of a new pharmacy, pharmacy equipment and an entire medical office.
“It’s going to be a really busy place,” he added.
“But we’re excited to open this pharmacy.”
The new pharmacy is the latest move in the Traytown pharmacy’s history.
The former location of the pharmacy, at 1817 S. Central Ave., closed in August 2017.
The owners have promised to reopen the store.
The company said the Tarkington location will remain open, but will be “open for business” until it closes.
The pharmacy will also be closed for the rest of the summer.
“Our customers are going to feel comfortable, but they’re not going to know what to expect,” Sirenten added.
Sorenteng said the pharmacy will not be able be opened again until it gets its permit from the state of New York.
The Tarryington location is currently on hold due to a pending lawsuit against the city of Tarryton.