What Should Occupy Morristown Electrical Supply?

It's a big space, and a big eyesore, on Spring Street.

Spring Street is something of an unusual space, especially at night. 

On one side, the rear of Headquarters Plaza looms large. On the other, a few businesses are operated, though most are closed by later hours. Most people move through this part of town by car, driving either up or down its steep slopes.

Though there was once a business, a rather large one, that provided a little "electricity" to this somewhat gloomy road. Forgive the pun.

Morristown Electrical Supply, at 23 Spring St., is empty. In its place is large, old building, several signs informing potential renter of its availability, and a question: What should "Occupy This Space?" Given its proximity to Morris Street and that road's restaurants, would another restaurant be a good fit? Or, could this location see the return of more industry to a once industry-heavy town? Chime in below.

Josh O August 03, 2012 at 06:14 PM
Gastro Pub!
Cameron Wallace August 03, 2012 at 06:34 PM
Josh O You a funny man -C
Cameron Wallace August 03, 2012 at 07:06 PM
Another idea: when the wise decision to build the Headquarter Plaza in the late '70s was born - one of buildings to be razed was a very impressive fire station and the new one built to replace it undeniably kinda' blows. If the owners across the street from Morristown Electrical Supply follow through on moving the apt. building (circa 1750) in order to build Futbolandia (sports bar/gastro pub type place why not make a new fire station since the town has been looking for an appropriate spot for years
The Mud Lady August 03, 2012 at 10:47 PM
The problem with opening a brewpub is that the start-up and subsequent overhead costs are off the charts. Being a restaurant, bar, AND brewery is ridiculously expensive. I've done research on it before and it's by far the most expensive eating establishment to run.
Tryclyde August 03, 2012 at 10:51 PM
It's funny how everyone responds to articles like this as if we have a vote in the matter.


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