Thursday, May 13, 2010

Fresh ideas via e-mail

What do you think about all these ideas
I could go for a nice place to eat with healthy food. Corner Bakery, Panera Bread, a Thai restaurant, another Starbucks with WiFi. And we need that Wal-Mart. A job is a job. How about a Pete's Fresh Food Market? Stop by new store on 95th Street (in Evergreen Park). Wow!

A yoga studio, too. I'd like the existing businesses to clean up the litter around their establishments. Make customers want to visit your stores. Maybe even put out a few flower pots. Woo us. Show us that you're trying to upgrade the neighborhood.

The observer
Any other fresh ideas that may be worthwhile for the 6th Ward community?

1 comment:

  1. I could go with all these ideas except Walmart. They can put Walmart at Pullman Park. The concern I have with bringing a Panera, Qdoba,etc is where do you put them? The only way to bring them here and meet their space requirements is to tear down existing structures. Is it good and what do we do with existing business. How do we come up with a mix of existing local businesses with national chains? National restaurant chains do not add as much to the local economy versus the local mom and pop.


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