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What Should Replace Cost Cutters?

Large space remains vacant nearly three years after the store closed.

Nearly three years after the doors closed for the final time, the space formerly occupied by Cost Cutters remains vacant along Route 206.

Large signs reading "Space Available" remain adorned to several of the front windows of the store that closed in 2009.

Why do you think this space remains vacant? What would you like to see move in?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Mitchell April 10, 2012 at 02:21 AM
A tractor supply store??? Really, because Lowes and Cammps can't provide all the farmers in Hillsborough with what they need.
BDVideo April 10, 2012 at 03:27 AM
Looks like we're getting a new yogurt shop just a few hundred yards from another yogurt shop (not far from the ice cream shop that probably also serves yogurt). How does that happen? I'm happy we have Great Clips now. They have a phone app for making appointments. I tried it at the Manville location and I didn't have to wait at all for my haircut.
Rich April 10, 2012 at 10:06 AM
To get something like a Trader Joe's or Fresh Foods in that location, we would have to ask the gym next door to move. The town would have to provide incentives. After work when the gym next door is in full swing, the parking lot is half full. A major negative for a large scale potential tenant. Otherwise you are looking at splitting the space into two smaller scale businesses. There are no offices nearby to provide day time customers, just commuters or residents. Realistically I don't see any business taking that location until the 206 bypass is completed. Who would want to set up a business only to see the highway traffic drop off significantly? Most chain businesses want to build their own building. A Mexican restaurant like Chi Chi's somewhere in the 3 towns would be successful.
Misba k February 02, 2013 at 06:23 AM
I am thinking of putting a billiards place along with table tennis and arcade machines in that location please let me know your thoughts so I can make a firm decision. Thanks
Kelly February 02, 2013 at 03:37 PM
Tell me more...will there be skee-ball machines? Will there be a snack bar? WIll you have a liquor license to serve beer or other adult beverages? I'm thinking that if you could appeal to - parents whose 6-years olds can play whack-a-mole while they socialize with other parents, - teens who want an entertaining place to hang out on the weekends, - adults looking for a fun date night then you might be onto something.

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