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Lease pending for the old Baells store in the Michigan strip at Southside...if the month to month rumor is true then I wonder what would be going into that large of a space - maybe a Spirit Halloween store or similar 

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24 minutes ago, Jernigan said:

Lease pending for the old Baells store in the Michigan strip at Southside...if the month to month rumor is true then I wonder what would be going into that large of a space - maybe a Spirit Halloween store or similar 

It’s Bealls - that’s notable because, like Publix, they’re one of the few native, Florida-based retailers still left.

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That's the space I contacted the property management company about, trying to hook them up with Aldi's.

When I checked back a few weeks later, the sales rep told me she contacted them but they weren't interested.

Be nice if they changed their mind. 

That entire vicinity would be grocery store heaven.

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29 minutes ago, JFW657 said:

That's the space I contacted the property management company about, trying to hook them up with Aldi's.

When I checked back a few weeks later, the sales rep told me she contacted them but they weren't interested.

Be nice if they changed their mind. 

That entire vicinity would be grocery store heaven.

It will be grocery store heaven when we get a Wegman’s...

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35 minutes ago, HankStrong said:

Are you an angel?  Because you look wonderful in grocery store heaven!

Paul Wegman aka Miss P is definitely an angel now!

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The Seacoast Bank (I think) branch at Orange and Gore (originally Ivey’s Drug Store) has closed, with the signage and awning removed.

It doesn’t appear as though anything is replacing it at the moment.

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1 hour ago, spenser1058 said:

The Seacoast Bank (I think) branch at Orange and Gore (originally Ivey’s Drug Store) has closed, with the signage and awning removed.

It doesn’t appear as though anything is replacing it at the moment.

I believe it was bought by Orlando Federal Credit Union.  

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4 hours ago, Jernigan said:

I believe it was bought by Orlando Federal Credit Union.  

aka O FeC U? 

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19 minutes ago, HankStrong said:

yeah, someone posted a photo and I had no idea what bank it was.

It was originally the credit union for City employees but nowadays, like most cu’s, it’s easy to qualify.

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29 minutes ago, HankStrong said:

yeah, someone posted a photo and I had no idea what bank it was.

Here? That may have been me posting the One Florida Bank at Miller.  I don’t remember a photo of the other one.

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19 hours ago, Jernigan said:

Here? That may have been me posting the One Florida Bank at Miller.  I don’t remember a photo of the other one.

You're right.  That was the one.

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On 4/4/2019 at 5:46 PM, spenser1058 said:

Paul Wegman aka Miss P is definitely an angel now!

Oh dear, that dragged me kicking and screaming into a distant past!  

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9 hours ago, spenser1058 said:

6-story self-storage project proposed for Sligh Blvd.:

https://bungalower.com/2019/04/17/self-storage-project-eyeing-up-sodo-commercial-lot/

From Bungalower

Jernigan, is this near the train station? I hope they’re not going to tear down some of those funky old shops to do this.

 

It’s a block north just south of Gore.  Personally, I’ve made my peace with these storage units places but I can see why this is disappointing when the NID released these utopian images of this same stretch of town (The O-Line trail concept).  

 

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