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What Would Be a Good Fit for Isabella's Copper Pot Storefront?

Visions for Vacancies: Isabella's Copper Pot is slated to close at the end of March.

Downtown Plymouth will see one of its coveted downtown storefronts open up this year when kitchen goods shop Isabella's Copper Pot closes its doors after three years in business along South Main Street.

Facing Kellogg Park in the area of town that sees the most foot traffic, the vacancy might not last for long. Situated alongside old standbys such as Wiltse's Pharmacy and downtown's popular eateries, Isbella's pending vacancy will offer prime downtown real estate.

With just over a month remaining before the kitchen shop closes its doors, it's time to weigh in on what visions you have for this storefront. What does downtown Plymouth need that could fit this space?

Let us know in the comments below!

Jim Salamay February 20, 2013 at 03:17 PM
A Michigan Country Store! It would be neat if someone could succeed with a store that attracts tourists and locals. A store that reminds you of a walking into a Cracker Barrel type store that sells "Michigan" products and souvenirs. Think of the types of places that make downtown Frankenmuth successful.
Bruce March 18, 2013 at 11:14 AM
Apple store...no forget it. Parking is already a challenge downtown.

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