COVID-19

Station 702 closes, the latest victim of the COVID-19 shutdown

The restaurant's owners had been considering selling the business before the coronarvirus pandemic.

A small eatery on Kalamazoo’s north side is the latest restaurant to fall victim to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a post on Facebook, the owners of Station 702 announced they would close their doors for good.

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“We had hoped to sell the business so the cozy place you all know and love could live on, but COVID-19 had other plans,” read a post on Facebook.

The restaurant opened in 2014 at the corner of Douglas Avenue and North Street.

The owners indicated in an interview with MLive they would be interested in selling the building.

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