The building at 10 N High St in Covington has seen a lot of changes during the years. The southern half of the building was once the location of Covington’s post office. The northern half was, at various times, a restaurant, a drug store, and a Five and Dime. A number of years ago, both sides were combined to create one large Five and Dime. It was also a variety store and an antique store. For many of us, while growing up in Covington, the building was just referred to as the Dime Store. Because of this, that is how we will refer to it.
The Dime Store is being renovated, with the first floor being subdivided into three tenant spaces. Two retail spaces will face forward toward High Street, and a rear space that will be accessed off of the ally to the north of the building. All three of these spaces are available for lease. The last part of the renovation will be the second floor, which was once home to Stillwater Grange.
For information on the space available for lease, please see the Leasing Information tab under the Contact section of this website.