Visions for Vacancies in Lexington: What Should Replace 344?
Any ideas about what you'd like to see open at the young womens clothing store's former home?
Welcome to Visions for Vacancies, a Patch feature and a place where you can weigh in with your ideas about what kind of businesses you’d like to see occupying empty storefronts around town.
Every so often, we’ll highlight a vacant building, storefront or structure around town. And we’ll leave it you, the Lexington community, to sound off on what you’d like to see there before any plans go before town boards.
This week we’re in Lexington Center, looking at the empty space next at 1751 Mass Ave., the former home of 344, the young women's clothing store that closed earlier this month.
It's a prime location right in the heart of town. What would you like to behind those glass walls?
The Center is already home to several eateries, shops, banks and real estate offices. But maybe you have an idea of what would compliment existing businesses or fill a void of what’s lacking in Lexington Center.
So, if you had your way—and, for the purpose of this discussion, let’s try not to focus too much on zoning restrictions -- what would be your vision for this vacancy? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.