Transactions for the week of August 22

Los Altos

396 First Street No. 16, J. & A. Warmoth to M. Theeuwes for $2,200,000

150 Catalina Court, H. & E. Roux to M. Harpaz for $2,950,000

New bakeries put pastries, tea and coffee on center stage


Photos courtesy of Cherylynn N.
Maison Alyzee’s kouign amann showcases the Mountain View bakery’s traditional French pastry styles.
 

Two pastry shops newly opened in downtown Mountain View this summer pay tribute to an international style but tailor their wares to the Mountain View market.

French pastry specialist Maison Alyzee at 212 Castro St. imports its butter – and its pastry chefs – from the home country but also offers staples of a local weekend breakfast, a typical menu of espresso drinks and a generous range of $5 children’s breakfast plates.

Revelation in Fit wins national recognition


Robynne Winchester at Best of Intima Awards
 

Revelation in Fit wins national recognition

Revelation in Fit, the Los Altos lingerie store known for its high-end European designers and a large range of sizes tailored to fit women’s (real) bodies, received national affection at the lingerie industry’s awards show this summer.

The shop, which opened at 386 State St. in early 2017, specializes in one-on-one consultations to help find a piece of lingerie tailor-made to fit the huge range of breast shapes and sizes found in nature – but not usually reflected on store racks.

Linden Tree Books seeks new owner

Linden Tree Books
Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Young readers sample the wares at Linden Tree Books last week.

Linden Tree Books’ owners announced last week that the search was on for a new owner, but they emphasized that the shop wasn’t closing and their search could take as long as necessary to find the right new generation.

Co-owner Dianne Edmonds bought the bookstore with Jill Curcio in 2010 from original founders Linda and Dennis Ronberg. The Ronbergs had been looking to retire for nearly a year, but 2009 was a tough year to find a buyer for the business.

Downtown boutique Shunzi sold, but it's a 'good story,' owner says


Che
 

A designer boutique on Main Street has closed, but this time with a happy ending.

Shunzi, located at 334 Main St. and owned by Shunzi Che, has been sold to Che’s good friend and longtime customer Tammy Tao.

Transactions for the week of August 15

Los Altos

837 Berry Avenue, Uribe Trust to P. Na for $2,650,000

260 Hawthorne Avenue, C. Chen to C. Huang for $2,930,000


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