Hearne on the Street: Westport’s Worst Nightmare; Loma Vista Hardware Closes Sunday

One of Westport’s hippest, most esteemed remaining retailers Loma Vista Hardware is poised to bail...

It’s been 14 years since the old-fashioned hardware, antiques, skateboard and high end fashion boutique ventured into the midtown ‘hood. It replaced the highly-regarded, departing Broadway Hardware Co. Loma Vista retained Broadway’s charm, the musty wood floors, old-fashioned nuts-and-bolts bins, shopworn fixtures and the like.

However that was just the tip of Loma Vista’s business strategy iceberg.

Hardware and antique store owners Chuck and Shirley Dean’s son Todd had other ideas and supplemented the hardware store’s offerings by catering to the burgeoning skateboard culture and introducing cutting edge, nosebleed high-fashion like

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