BRIGHTON — On Friday morning, retailer Natalie Buckley had a line of customers waiting for her to open the doors of Wallflower Mercantile.

Dozens and dozens of people were there to be among Buckley’s first customers at her new, expanded location, a recently converted commercial building on Main Street.

Buckley’s husband, Todd Buckley, is a partner in Mill Pond Centennial Building, a corporate entity that purchased the building that formerly housed Sagano’s Japanese Bistro and Steakhouse, which closed in January. The company has since split the building into three storefronts: 312, 314 and 316 W. Main St.

On Friday, Natalie Buckley celebrated the completion of a move down the street and the reopening of her gift and homewares store with a Brighton Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and an outpouring of shoppers.

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