Monday, May 13, 2013
Check out the last edition of our Visions for Vacancies.
The building at 1036 Main St. needs a new tenant! The building sits in the heart of downtown Waltham surrounded by shops and sits close to the new Main Street Marketplace, the Commuter rail stop on Moody Street and MBTA bus stops. It is also easily accessible by foot. What would you like to see move into the site? Leave your comments in the box below.
Monday, April 22, 2013
The former In A Pickle location on Main Street needs a new tenant.
With In A Pickle recently leaving its Main Street location for a new Moody Street spot, you may have had some thoguths as to what should move into the new spot. The 655 Main St. location sits in the heart of the downtown Waltham district and is surrounded by other retail stores. Also, it is close to public parking and public transporation bus stops. What do you want to see move into the former In A Pickle location? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
What do you think should occupy the new building at Lexington Street and Trapelo Road?
With the construction of a new office/retail building continuing at the intersection of Trapelo Road and Lexington Street, you may be wondering what will eventually fill it. While there has been no word yet on what will occupy the site, jump in and share your thoughts on what you think should move into the site. Share your thoughts in the comment box below!
Monday, November 26, 2012
Tell us what should move into former Pine Street eatery!
With Boca Restaurant & Bar recently closing on Pine Street, a vacancy along the Moody Street area opened. The site is readily accessible by foot, car and bus and is near many other area restaurants and the Embassy Cinema. What do you think should move into the site? Leave your comments in the comment box below.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Tell us what you think should move into a former Pine Street eatery.
With the recent closing of Sadie's Saloon on Pine Street, an empty building now remains. It now needs a new tenant. The site is easily accesible by car, foot and bus. It is near many other restaurants, sufficient parking and a movie theatre. TELL US: What do you think should move into the site? Tell us in the comments box below.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Empty Waltham storefront needs a new tenant.
This week's Visions for Vacancies brings us to 891 Main St. in downtown Waltham. The storefront, which is next to Lena's sub shop, is empty and is looking for a new tenant. What do you think should move into the empty storefront? The site is accesisble to pedestrians, cars and by MBTA bus, there is ample parking on the nearby sidestreets and near many other stores.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Tell us what you think should move into the former Upper Crust location on Moody Street.
The Upper Crust pizzeria on Moody Street recently shuttered its doors, leaving its location vacant and looking for a new tenant. Tell us what you think should move into the location? Leave your comments in the comment section below. The building is in the downtown "restaurant row" surrounded by other kinds of shops. It is easily accessible by car, foot and public transportation. There are several municipal parking lots nearby with plenty of parking.
Monday, September 17, 2012
This week's Visions for Vacancies brings us to 243 High St.
The former Keene Kuts building near the Newton line needs a new tenant, but what should it be? This week's Visions for Vacancies brings us to 243 High Street, the site of the former Keene Kuts. The location sits on the Waltham/Newton line across from a cemetary. It is accesiblel by car and MBTA bus and sits in a commercial district. According to city zoning regulations, the site could be used for several types of establishments including a church (by right), fast food restaurant or a used car lot (both with a City Council approved special permit). What do you think think should move into this building? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Monday, August 27, 2012
235 High St. needs a new tenant. What should go there?
This week's Visions for Vacancies brings us to 235 High St., the former site of Suburban Automatic Transmission. The site is currently empty and sits in a commercial district of mostly non-retail stores. It is accesible by car and MBTA bus. Parking is available on residential side streets. Also, it sits on the Newton line. What do you think should move into the location? Tell us what you think in the comments section.
Monday, August 13, 2012
This week's Visions for Vacancies takes us to 207 Newton St.
This week's Visions for Vacancies takes us to 207 Newton St., which is currenlty vacant and in need of a new tenant. The 1,000 square foot building sits on a corner accessible by MBTA bus, car and foot, according to a recent real estate listing. It has a half-bath and high ceilings, according to the listing. According to city zoning regulations, which classify the site for commercial uses, a church or or educational facility are just a few examples of types of establishments that are allowed to move into the building without seeking a permit.