2104 Angier Avenue

35.981835, -78.877706

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2104 Angier, partly visible with "_ardware Co." on the facade.
(Courtesy The Herald-Sun Newspaper)

2104 Angier Avenue appears to have been built in the mid-1930s and was first used by Andrews Market. By 1940, the establishment was known as the East Durham Market. By the early 1950s, it was closed, and Andrews Market was open at 2102 Angier, next door.

By the early 1960s, it was the Glenn-Crabtree Hardware Company.

2104 Angier Avenue, 05.28.63
(Courtesy The Herald-Sun Newspaper)

It later became a laundromat.

2102-2104 Angier Ave, 1980

And during the 1980s, a really awful facade was added.

2104 Angier, 2007

Kudos to Joe Bushfan and TROSA for seeking to return this to the original facade; I can't give high enough praise to Mr. Bushfan's efforts on 2100-2104 Angier, and TROSA working to return a decent grocery store to this community is wonderful; I don't know how well it is doing, financially, but it's an asset that few inner neighborhoods have.


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