Market aims to connect with campus

NEW MARKET: Hassan Namat-Ullah is a co-owner of the new University Mart on Empire Street in Providence. The market features snack foods, bottled soda, milk and some perishables, as well as CBD products and a Bitcoin machine.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
NEW MARKET: Hassan Namat-Ullah is a co-owner of the new University Mart on Empire Street in Providence. The market features snack foods, bottled soda, milk and some perishables, as well as CBD products and a Bitcoin machine.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A FRESH LOOK along with a fresh cup of coffee is what’s in store at University Mart. The independently owned convenience store had a grand opening in September. Located at 51 Empire St., Providence, the market is positioned to appeal to Johnson & Wales University students and staff, as well as downtown workers, said owner…

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