NewsArts & Culture / December 3, 2020

Midland Antiques Stays Strong In Pandemic

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Midland Arts and Antique Market

Midland Arts and Antique Market

Editor's note: This is one in our series of interviews with Indianapolis small business owners navigating the pandemic business environment.

In this interview, WFYI's Terri Dee speaks with the manager of Midland Arts and Antique Market on Indianapolis’ near eastside, Linda Patton. The red-brick building was formerly a door and window factory. It was transformed nearly 30 years ago into a business full of vendor spaces that sell older and unique items.

Patton says, while they had to make some changes, business didn't fall off a cliff. People working from home have been buying things for their houses.  

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