Oake Brothers Main Street Marketplace
Caldwell Chamber to Welcome Oakes Brothers Main Street Marketplace with Grand Opening
New ownership of the historic Oakes Brothers building is taking this old building and making it both new and giving reverence to its history. The Oakes Brothers building was originally built in 1905 by 3 brothers—the Oakes brothers. Those brothers operated their general store in the building for many years. In 1993 Luther Maddy purchased the building and turned it into Maddy’s Plaza where it housed many local businesses. Today, the Oakes Brothers building, which is named to give reference to the 3 original owners, is located in the Steunenberg Historic District and is listed on the National Historic Registry solidifying its place in history. The new owner, Garman Investment Properties, LLC, purchased it in January 2021, and has hit the historic ground running. The building boasts three levels of retail shopping, salon services and office/workspaces and is centrally located in downtown Caldwell. Featuring entrances on both Main St. and Indian Creek Plaza, the Marketplace offers access to locals and tourists alike.
Oakes Brother’s mission is to become a premier small business, locally sourced shopping destination for our urban and rural friends who are searching for unique, locally sourced art, food and beverage, apparel, furniture, and home goods. They are currently refreshing the interior and exterior of the building, with additional renovations planned to begin soon. To help welcome the new vision of the Oakes Brothers Main Street Marketplace, the Chamber is hosting a Grand Opening ceremony for them on June 2nd at 11am. The Chamber hopes to welcome them to the neighborhood and usher in this new era of history for the Oakes Brothers Main Street Marketplace.