Bookstore1 Expands

Business

After 11 years on Main Street, the independent community bookstore has relocated around the corner to The Mark. The new store at 117 S. Pineapple Ave. is open and airy with big windows and an entrance on Pineapple Ave.

The great selection of books that is a trademark of Bookstore1 has not changed. The new space allows easy browsing, with attractive display tables and well-spaced shelves. 

The store’s upstairs mezzanine is a new feature that provides a comfortable space for poetry readings, book club meetings, book signings, author talks, workshops, and community events. 

Georgia Court, the owner of Bookstore1, was looking for a storefront to purchase for several years. The new location will assure the long-term life of the store. And, she says of The Mark, “it’s the coolest condo building downtown.”

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