Visions for Vacancies: What Business Should Fill Former Learning Center?
Patch readers comments and ideas sought for vacant stores and buildings in the township.
The now-vacant space at 148B Bloomfield Ave. in Verona has been home to both Amy's Florist and a Math Wizard Learning Center.
The 1,370-square foot space is perfect for any kind of business whether its retail or a dentist office.
The visibilty and exposure from both Bloomfield Avenue and nearby Pompton Avenue makes it a prime location with plenty of parking.
So this is where you come in, Verona and Cedar Grove community. The concept behind this column is we’ll present a vacant building and ask you to tell us what you think would be the best use of the vacant space.
Here's the fun part: Forget what zone it’s in. Ignore setback regulations, as well as dump lot coverage rules and all the other zoning jargon that puts most people to sleep.
Our bottom line: If you had your way, what would you like to see there? What would be the best use of the space for the community?
To make this work, this can’t be a one-sided conversation. We want to hear from you in our comments section. And, please, let us know if there’s a vacant space/building you know of as well we can feature in a future column.
Interested in this property? Contact Vincent Cheng at (848)-219-2841 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send emails about vacant buildings or stores to Verona-Cedar Grove Associate Editor Eric Goodman at email@example.com