This property has been empty for several years and plans for a new seafood restaurant are no longer on the table.
What Should Go Here?
Monday, April 8, 2013
Monday, September 24, 2012
What do you think should go in an empty retail storefront in a small strip plaza at the Liberty Tree Mall?
There's an empty storefront in a strip plaza that is part of the Liberty Tree Mall. The plaza is home to Michael's and Firehouse Subs, among other business. The empty space is right in the middle of the plaza. It has been home to East Coast Alpine, which consolidated with another location just on the other side of Route 128. Before that, it was home to a boating supply store. It is 4,775 square feet. The space is owned by Simon Property Group, the same company that owns the mall and 100s of other malls across the country. What do you think should go there? Let us know in the comments section.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
What do you think should go in a small retail or office space in Danvers Square?
There is a small open storefront along High Street in Danvers Square that is perfect for a retail store or office. It had been home to an insurance agent and is next door to the future location of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, which is scheduled to open this fall. The space is listed as "for lease" as office space by the Mega Group. It had also been occupied by offices for the former Danvers Savings Bank and Danversbank. It is part of a 5,038 square foot office building that was built in 1970 and is owned by High Street Realty LLC. So what do you think should go there? Let us know in the comments section.