La Prima Expresso will move to Manchester
By Sam Spatter
Published: Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
La Prima Expresso will relocate its coffee roasting operation from the Strip District to Manchester this spring.
The company, a long-time occupant of the Pennsylvania Fruit Auction and Sales building, has purchased the one-story structure at 1500 Chateau St. that was the Snyder Electric building.
La Prima will set up its roasting operation by April, said A.J. Pantoni, a commercial real estate broker with Colliers International who helped negotiate the purchase for Sam Patti, the owner.
Patti will continue to operate a coffee shop in the Strip District at 205 21st St., Pantoni said.
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