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Visions for Vacancies: 310 Greenwich Ave.

What would you like to see in this vacant commercial space?

Visions for Vacancies is a weekly interactive feature that profiles vacant lots and commercial spaces. Greenwich Patch account-holders can weigh in on what they'd like to see in these spaces. You can be creative and — pardon the pun — think outside of the box.

Until a couple weeks ago, the main branch of the Greenwich Post Office was the sentinel at the mid-point of Greenwich Avenue. in September of real estate magnate Peter Malkin for $15 million.

Malkin has been mum on who the new tenant will be in the historic building and on the rumors that continue to abound that luxury store Bergdorf Goodman might create its first Connecticut outpost or home furnishings emporium will relocate there from its current Greenwich Avenue location at the corner of East Elm Street.

What type of business would you like to see move into this space? A store? What type of store? Perhaps a restaurant, art gallery, a performing arts space, or a salon? Tell us in the comments.

Steve Pica March 23, 2012 at 12:56 PM
Anything but another G@%^dam Bank!!!!!
Barb March 23, 2012 at 03:56 PM
A restaurant with outdoor seating to replace Thataway.
pina santanna March 23, 2012 at 04:51 PM
Bloomingdale or nordstrom??
Maria pietrobon March 24, 2012 at 12:56 AM
A landmark building like this should be celebrated and I can think of no better way than to create a Lincoln Center North performing space with an Italian Tapas/Wine Bar where people can see a performance and/or have a place to gather. Greenwich is very international. Why not create a classic "piazza" in downtown Greenwich?. I can just see it... world class performers and patrons enjoying the energy on a beautiful evening!
geri reilly April 07, 2012 at 02:17 PM
As a long time Greenwich Native, stores have come and gone, restaurants have come and gone. Well remember the "Mini Mall" where CVS is now..Lets get high end stores, inside OR... a restaurant like THE PALMS.....Smith & Wollensky,Padre Figlio)The padre and figlio in question are the father and son team who operated Da Antonio for years. Pampas Argentinas Steakhouse, Seafood Grill and Restaurant(Authentic Argentinean Cuisine with Its Traditional Italian and Spaniard Influences.Special Features Private Parties Late Night Dining Date Spot Brunch Romantic Dining

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