The company is moving from Stamford where it has been in business for over 50 years.
DeYulio's, meanwhile, had been looking for a new site because Stamford is in the process of taking its Myrtle Avenue property by eminent domain for the transitway, a four-lane road linking the Stamford train station to its East Side. DeYulio's is losing its space on Myrtle Ave. The move is a big step for the small, family-owned company and a major boost for redevelopment efforts in Bridgeport's West Side and West End.
DeYulio's Sausage Companywhich sells its sausages in supermarkets in seven states and restaurants from Testo's Restaurant in Bridgeport to Stamford male looking for cream Park in Boston, is being displaced from its home base by Stamford's Urban Transitway project. Three generations of DeYulio's have chopped up garlic and other vegetables for sausage seasoning, and worked in the offices above the Stamford production room.
Cathy Zuraw Show More Show Less The pork oozed out of the stuffer machine's spigot and was stakford inserted into the cutter. Thousands of sausages have been made in the tiny, cramped space in the last 48 years. Within seconds, the sharp wheel-like contraption produced one sweet Italian sausage link after another, which were quickly picked up from the conveyor belt by workers wearing white smocks, hair nets and gloves -- sstamford collars and hoodies of their bulky sweaters peeking out.
And up the road, lookng Commerce Drive, a massive, self-storage facility in being constructed next to the former Connecticut Limo site. But I sincerely hope, since we're the ones that disavantaged them -- not intentionally -- that they are successful in Bridgeport.
Tuesday, May 7, A neighborhood revitalization In this area, things are happening. DeYulio last week received approval to turn a 13,square-foot warehouse on State Street in Bridgeport lioking his new wholesale sausage factory. I think the hardest thing is to relocate somebody in a facility that makes sense for them.
But not for much longer. DeYulio's Sausage Company is leaving Stamford, where its been over 50 stamforf, and is moving into a former ice-cream warehouse on State St. DeYulio's has since filed a claim disputing the city's appraisal of his property.
Brian A. DeYulio's is losing its space where its been over 50 years, and is moving into a former ice-cream warehouse on State St. But Stamford's loss is Bridgeport's gain. Owner Nick DeYulio took a step away from his desk Tuesday and opened a sliding window on the glass partition in his narrow office. DeYulio's is leaving Stamford, where its been over 50 years, and is moving into a former ice-cream warehouse on State St. Just one week ago, right next door, city officials broke ground on the largest fuel cell electric generating plant in North America.
The upstairs office looks out over the original Colony Grill, one of their regular customers.