THE BULLETIN (March 10, 2020) — When Joseph Herndon was growing up in Ledyard, Norwich wasn’t much on his mind.
But when a cousin recently told him the city was on the rise, Herndon knew he wanted a business in the city.
“Anybody would be a fool to not be a part of the movement,” he said.
Two new businesses are coming to Foundry 66. American Stitch Lab, a screen printing shop co-owned by Herndon and Travis Chin, will open in April. Flowing Waters Massage, a massage therapy studio run by Tiara Waters, already has customers, but will formally open April 3.
Jason Vincent, senior vice president of the Norwich Community Development Corporation, said Foundry 66 is able to host a variety of different businesses
“It’s designed to help small businesses grow, expand and even emerge,” he said.