A real nowhere man . . . making nowhere plans for nobody
...there is a 1/2-mile-long strip mall right across Montano. . .
I think even another strip mall would be better than a big box, though . . . and I'd wager that a "higher, better use" than strip mall could be found without even trying very hard.
Dozens of sites are equivalent for a WalMart -- it's just a matter of demography and market studies.
There's only one river.
I sometimes shop at WalMart. I'm not anti-WalMart. But this site deserves better. It is unique.
Karl "Turdblossom" Rove
will be signing his book at Hastings
tomorrow, Saturday, May 1st from 3 until 5.
It'd be a shame if he didn't get the welcome that he deserves.
6051 Winter Haven Rd., NW
Montano and Coors
There were actually several "Exciting New Retailer" spaces indicated. I hope they're all turning into Forever 21!!!!!
The Business Journal article makes out like they are. Even had some other stores move to make room. The Mervyn's (?) spot wasn't big enough, apparently.
. . . or at least Coronado Mall demographics?
Alibi readers may want and wish for whatever they want, but the Business Journal broke the story already.
'Fraid it's a "Forever 21." (Exciting? New? All in the eyes of the beholder, I guess.) I note that the comments here are largely from people who are apparently not living at home with mom and dad and spending their money on clothes to impress the other high school kids.
Now, me, I'm as hip and trendy a dresser as any Alibi reader can be (think Argyle-plaid Herculon and Naugahyde. (No, really.)) But "F'n-21" is a tad on the young-ish side for me.
Here be the link to the BusJnl story:
Could be "Forever 21" ???