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What Should Go in This Bristol Pike Storefront?

We are asking the community its opinion on empty stores. Here's your chance to express your views.

 

There is an empty storefront in a small strip mall at 2636 Bristol Pike near Woodbine Avenue.

The vacant store, Unit 4, is former home of , a computer repair shop. Other stores in the strip, include: , , DiNapoli Pizza Ristorante and .

and are across the street from the shopping center.

According to signs posted at the vacant storefront, anyone interested in the property should contact W.R. Esposito Real Estate of Bristol at 215-788-0828.

We were hoping to get the public's opinion on what should go here.

What do you want to see in this location? Would you like to see another computer repair shop? Or is it about time they put something different there?

Leave your thoughts in the comments section and keep an eye out for more vacant stores like this. If you see another property you think we should highlight, email me at joe.hart@patch.com or add it to the comments section.

Pondeli Hajioannou July 26, 2012 at 07:47 AM
Rent is not bad in this shopping center and location is great. But we are on a bend in the road and also incline. You blink and you missed this place. Since this building was built in the 50s there have been many owners and businesses here. The one you will remember if you been around is Cherry’s Nightclub. Not a great place for walk in business but a good destination place. If not mistaken there was also an owner of the building who went to jail for hiring someone to kill his wife. So many good stories out there about 2636 Bristol Pike. Now home of my place and the Bensalem Business Association.
Julie Ann July 26, 2012 at 01:17 PM
A takeout place would be good... one that is a little different with no others too close by... is there a PRIMO'S in the area?
Kevin Brutschea September 07, 2012 at 05:50 PM
There is a Primos on Street Rd and Mechanicsvile. There is a Pizza shop right next to this empty storefront. I think we have plenty of food places in Bensalem, if you starve or run out of gas on Street Rd it's your own fault. That being said however, I'd like one of those little eateries you see on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives on the Food Networks. I've eaten in every dined in a 50 mile radius of Bensalem, and I'm sorry, they are all the same, bland. Chain restaurants are predictable and boring.

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