Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Garage Sale at the Former Sky Grille

Posted By on Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 1:30 PM

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If you've been thinking about opening a disco, now is the time.

With the space at 668 Union — most recently home to Sky Grille and Quetzel coffeehouse before that — currently empty, the building's owner is selling some of the furnishings and speakers.

Fred Charron, who ran Quetzel in the spacious Edge District building, will be in Memphis this weekend selling subwoofers, club speakers, amps, LED dance lights, and a variety of furniture.

According to the Quetzel newsletter, which still circulates occasionally, the items are in "great shape but no longer needed." To inquire about buying an item, email Fred Charron here.

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