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What Should Go Here? Forks Giant Shopping Center

What should fill one of the empty storefronts in the Giant Shopping Center in Forks Township?

In this new feature, we ask readers for their opinion on what stores, restaurants or businesses they would like to see in vacant locations.

It sits empty, a vacant storefront awaiting an opportunity.

In the Giant Shopping Center off Sullivan Trail in Forks Township, this empty storefront sits on the far left of the Giant food store, right next to an H&R Block office that sees little traffic during the offseason and a pizza place and Chinese restaurant.

On the other side, Something Different, a women's boutique, has just celebrated its 10th anniversary.

Nearby, the Just a Dream yogurt shop filled a vacancy six months ago.

Nearby, the Park Plaza at Sullivan Trail is getting ready to blossom. But that center will focus on certain specialty businesses. 

So what should go here?

What would you like to see here? Leave your comments below.

 

Rob Leiser October 26, 2012 at 01:38 PM
There are a lot of good ideas out there. The problem is the rents of these Storefronts are unaffordable to many prospective Business owners. The property owners would rather take the tax write-offs then lower the rent to fill these Storefronts.
Kent E. Quain October 26, 2012 at 03:41 PM
Try Mel's Doggie Stand on Sullivan Trail we get fresh bagels in everyday from Brooklyn hours are 7a-6p M-F Sat. 8a-6p Sun. 9a-3p
Steve Boone October 26, 2012 at 08:32 PM
An auto parts store was best suggestion so far but may be too small. Is there a dry cleaners anywhere up there.
Julie October 27, 2012 at 01:49 AM
How about some upscale eateries. Red Lobster? Cheesecake Factory? Hoolihans? McCormack & Schmidts? We desperately need some . I'm tired of always driving to Palmer for everything! What do we have? Woodys ? I hate that place! Way too loud! Crappy unhealthy food. Y U C K!!!
kezzie24* February 17, 2013 at 07:49 PM
Trader Joe's, Aldi's ,Panera Bread or a Chick fil-a

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