Visions For Vacancies: 47 Maryland Avenue
Adjoining storefronts at 47 Maryland Ave. both sit empty day after day, and Annapolis Patch wants to hear from you about what kind of business you want to see there.
Maryland Avenue in downtown Annapolis is home to a range of boutique shops, but it's also home to some empty storefronts.
47 Maryland Ave., which has adjoining first-floor shops that are both without tenants.
One of those spaces was the former home of Huerosam Jewelry, which closed in November 2011, according to the company's Facebook page. The properties are sandwiched between another jewelry store called Augustine's Jewelry Boutique and Maria's Picture Place.
The retail spaces are similar in size with prominent store front windows for displays, but they look too small to accommodate a restaurant or coffee shop.
So Annapolis Patch wants to know, as part of its ongoing series entitled Visions for Vacancies, what kind of business you think would enhance Maryland Avenue.
Do you think Maryland Avenue needs another jewelry store, or does it lack something else?
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