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Council told about plans for Movie Gallery lot

May 9, 2013

Developers are ready to build a 2,900-square-foot restaurant and open an office rental business at the location of the former Movie Gallery near the Seventh, Pike and Greene streets intersection if......

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May-09-13 4:09 PM

Just drove by the Movie Gallery lot. They are proposing to construct a new restaurant and parking lot between the existing building and the intersection. Doesn't appear to me that there will be enough space. Don't forget that it must be set back from the street on three sides a certain distance and there's going to be a crosswalk there. I don't see how the plan will work from what was written in the article.

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May-09-13 10:05 AM

Damn- I wanted to make a huge sculpture there as a tourist attraction...

another Burger King type eatery?...will it have a buffet?!


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May-09-13 9:28 AM

I know who owns that property. Wouldn't that be good information to include in the story?

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May-09-13 9:27 AM

JoshBrown: three most imoportant things in commmercail real estate. One: Location. Two: Location. Three: Location.

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May-09-13 8:20 AM

Josh, depending on the restaurant they could have specific design requirements. Example Bob Evans, all pretty much look the same.

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May-09-13 7:52 AM

Why are they building when there are lots of vacant buildings in the downtown area?

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