Visions For Vacancies: 164 Main Street
The two-story building downtown used to be the home of Aqua Terra, but it's been sitting empty for months while its owner looks for a new tenant.
As most of you know, I recently moved to Annapolis. While exploring the downtown area, I've noticed a surprising number of empty storefronts and buildings.
I've started posting a series of articles titled Visions for Vacancies that highlight these abandoned opportunities. I'll tell you where they're located and a little about the property.
Then, I’ll leave it up to you to share your thoughts on what you’d like to see there. I want to know what types of businesses you think belong in Annapolis.
This building is located at 164 Main St. It used to be the home of Aqua Terra, which closed this April after more than a decade at its downtown location, according to the Capital Gazette.
Aqua Terra was known for its sushi, small plates and live jazz. What do you think should replace it? Do you want another sushi place, more shopping or something else entirely?
Tell me what you want to see at 164 Main St. in the comments.
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