Monday, January 28, 2013
The Radio Shack in Shawssheen Village Plaza recently closed down and moved.
The Radio Shack sitting next to Papa Gino's in Andover's Shawsheen Plaza went through some changes this past month. The Radio Shack closed recently and, according to a sign posted in the doorway, moved to another location. As Planet Fitness moves in and a new hair salon for guys begins to do business, the former Radio Shack unit is now vacant. What would you like to see here? Let us know in the comments section.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
One unit at 63 Park Street has been vacant since Night and Day closed down in April of 2011.
The lingerie shop Night and Day once occupied a unit at 63 Park Street but closed down in during a tough economic time. With nothing filling the spot so far, what do you think should take this well-known spot on Park Street. Let us know what you think in the comments section.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The Yama Japanese Restaurant closed in recent months.
The Japanese Restaurant Yama on Park Street in Andover closed down in recent months and the unit continues to be vacant. As there is no business currently moving into the location, the spot is open for a new business to sit. What type of business would you like to see go here? Let us know in the comments section.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
The Tuesday Morning closed last year and the unit it occupied is still vacant.
The retail shop Tuesday Morning used to claim a spot in Shawsheen Plaza but went out of business last year. The town planning departments do not currently have any open applications or pending hearings in regards to development or occupancy in that unit. What would you like to see in this spot?
Thursday, April 12, 2012
The J.L. Coombs recently went out of business in downtown Andover in the end of January.
The JL Coombs, at 35 Main St., was one of a few businesses downtown that recently went under. The store owners sited financial woes as the reason for closing. The unit at 35 Main St., in addition to the rest of the building is owned by TD Bank, according to the assessor's office. With the shoe store gone, what would you like to see in this spot? Let us know in the comments.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Roughly one year has passed since Marshall's moved out of town.
Now off Route 114 in Lawrence, the Andover Marshalls had occupied a well-known anchor store unit in Shawsheen Plaza. Well, one year has passed and the store front looks as it did last March. Planning Board director Paul Materazzo said his office has not seen any permit applications for the unit or any type of action on the space. Last year, many suggested new anchor stores moving in but things have changed. After a year and still vacant what would you like to go here or what would you like to see done with this property?
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The Stride Rite recently went out of business in downtown Andover.
The Stride Rite, at 35 Main St., was one of a few businesses downtown that recently went under. The unit at 35 Main St., in addition to the rest of the building is owned by TD Bank, according to the assessor's office. With the shoe store gone, what would you like to see in this spot? Let us know in the comments.