It’s not often you see two vacant stores side by side in Southbury, but that is the case currently in Union Square.
Two medium sized adjacent spaces designated for retail purposes are vacant in Union Square, the plaza also occupied by DiPalma's New York Pizza, Nardelli's Grinder Shoppe, State Farm Insurance and Diagnostic Imaging of Southbury.
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio has left Union Square for the Southbury Green creating a vacant storefront in a corner unit of Building #1 towards the rear entrance of the shopping center.
Directly next to the now empty studio is an even bigger vacant space with large windows and two entrances on either side.
The properties could be leased or sold separately, but with the simple knocking down of the dividing wall, these two spaces could become one large retail space with plenty of potential and options.
Obviously, factors such as local zoning laws will have a say in what goes in the property next, but let's suspend reality for a while. What would you like to see there, in either two separate spaces or one larger space? Share your ideas in the comments!