GOSHEN, Ind. — One of downtown Goshen’s mainstay businesses is now under new ownership for the first time in 28 years.

The Goshen Antique Mall is now owned by Tim Hochstetler, who has a long history with the space, as his parents owned a booth at the mall for more than 20 years.

Hochstetler owns several businesses throughout the downtown Goshen area, including T.G. Music, Mimsy Toys, The Goshen Masonic Temple, and co-owns the Ignition Music Garage.

While the format of the mall won’t undergo drastic changes under the new ownership, Hochstetler and his team are looking to appeal to the younger crowd with a new and affordable mid-century modern space and record room.

Both spaces are set to have their official openings on Friday, September 1 during the Downtown Goshen First Fridays Event.

The Goshen Antique Mall is located at 107 South Main Street, and is now open seven days a week; a new development that comes with the ownership change.

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