The Crown moved to Bishop’s Corner in 1967 and it was operated completely by the Crown owners offering pre-packaged kosher meat as the next generation of family members took the reigns. The store was damaged by a fire in 1970, but it reopened after a brief closing. In the 1990s, the next generation of owners included Ralph Seltzer, William Sloat and Marvin Cremer and later the store was managed by Mark Seltzer along with Bill Sloat and his daughter-in-law, Erin Sloat.
Norwich native Marc Bokoff purchased the business in May of 2009 adding the kosher hotdog stand and local Connecticut produce. Bokoff announced he was closing the market in 2014 due to financial constraints. Two weeks later, a group of Jewish community investors breathed new life into the business. The group is led by Henry M. Zachs, a philanthropist and the founder and CEO of Message Center Management; Alan Lazowski, chief executive of LAZ Parking; and Brian Newman, a partner at CohnReznick and the past president and chairman of the board of the Mandell Jewish Community Center.