Empty for eight years, former IGA supermarket space sold

ABOVE: The interior of the old IGA building on Kyogle’s main street. Photos: Susanna Freymark

Susanna Freymark

For eight years the former IGA supermarket building has sat empty.

The 1400sqm shop in Kyogle’s main street has reportedly been sold to a local property developer.

No one knows yet what he plans to do with the cavernous space. The asbestos inside will need to be removed first.

What do you think could be done with this space? What bright ideas could work in Kyogle?

Tell us what you think in the comments or email indynr.com@gmail.com

3 thoughts on “Empty for eight years, former IGA supermarket space sold”

  1. I know of a Local looking for a large space for Maritime Museum who lives in Kyogle Mr.Wayne Finch …; A museum in town would bring more people to the town to buy other items at the same time,be a great tourist Attraction.His Father in Merchant Navy for many years on many old ships and so much Maritime Memorabilia this Family has to fill this Museum.

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