Friday, June 8, 2012

Coming Soon to Crown Square…

Several commercial spaces along the 2600 and 2700 N. 14th Street at Crown Square will soon be filled with new commercial tenants, including:

2703 N. 14th Street: the space next door to Poor Souls Society Art Gallery and across the street from Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s office will soon be bustling with activity from St. Louis ArtWorks‘ youth apprenticeship program.  Interior buildout of the space is now underway, with a plan to open later this month.  For more information on St. Louis ArtWorks, visit their website by clicking HERE.

Meanwhile, down on the 2600 block, two other spaces are being prepared at:

2601 N. 14th Street for Sole Kandy Shoe Boutique, a women’s shoe store; and

2608 N. 14th Street for Dr. Annessa Blackmun’s podiatry office, to be called Blackmun Footcare.

Since a few of the remaining spaces are large enough to accommodate restaurant uses, let us know if you have any good suggestions for restaurants we should pursue, especially if you’ve got any connections with the owners.  What would be the ideal fit at Crown Square?  A Mexican restaurant? A barbecue place? A microbrewery?

For more information about what’s still available at Crown Square, contact Susan Sauer of Duffe-Nuernberger Realty at 314-571-7654.

To check out the existing businesses, take a peek at the progress with the “coming soon” spaces, and to get a better look at what’s still available, come on out to the North City Farmers’ Market every Saturday.

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