Store Manager Craig Johansen said the closure came at a difficult time, since they first announced in February that they were filing for receivership. Johansen said they are interested in moving to 76th and Layton Street in Greenfield, although it is not yet official. If things pan out, Johansen said, he thinks they could change locations and reopen by September; however, the future is uncertain. The current building in New Berlin is 33, square feet and the prospective building is about 8, square feet. The history of the building makes the prospect of moving bittersweet. The business first started in and the New Berlin location opened in the 70s. The store reopened for retail June 24 and is now open from 11 a. Tuesday through Saturday.
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At a piano keyboard near the center of the store, a customer gently pieced together some pleasant chords as other customers, all masked, roamed through the numerous departments, side rooms and retail displays that have long defined the self-described "superstore. As had been the case for nearly three-quarters of a century prior to the onset of pandemic-related closures, the iconic music store was again open for business as of June Cascio Music, founded in , has simply begun another movement its already storied history, with some measure of "hope. The operator of what's perceived to be the largest music retailer in the Midwest — with its large storefront, at National Ave. Essentially, with its mid-winter petition in Waukesha County Circuit Court, Cascio was trying to set itself up for new ownership while seeking immediate relief from creditors. Initially, company officials hoped to have a deal in place shortly thereafter. Otherwise, the store was expected to close April While hardly a blessing in disguise, the pandemic may have bought the company some time. Instead of facing a firm spring deadline, Cascio has remained in receivership as an unspecified ownership arrangement continues to be composed.
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