Report: Family behind Lambert’s Market has sold its two locations in Westwood and Dorchester

WESTWOOD, & DORCHESTER, Mass. — Lambert’s Market, a popular local grocery store, has sold its two busy locations in Westwood and Dorchester, according to a report by the Boston Business Journal.

The Dorchester Reporter first reported in January of 2023 that the properties were on the market and quoted Lambert’s family members as saying the sale was “necessitated by ‘legal matters,’” and that each shopping center is fully leased and had recently signed a ten-year lease.

A Lamberts spokesperson told Boston 25 that the buyer is a Westwood local who wants to keep the family’s concept in their future plan.

Lamberts has been open for about 65 years, according to its website. It was started by four brothers “who said they wanted to sell the best fruits and vegetables in the Boston area.” The locations now offer a deli, soups, sandwiches, and a popular salad bar.

The Westwood location is located at 220 Providence Highway (Route 1) and the Dorchester location is at 777 Morrissey Boulevard.

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