Update: Township Planning Director Adam McGurk said that Autozone has submitted a revised application to develop on the property.
Vacant buildings and unused storefronts are eyesores, but an empty storefront can also be an opportunity. You don't need to be a commercial developer or city planner—or have money to invest in a business project—to have the next great idea.
The former on University Boulevard were once Moon Township staples—the watering hole across from campus served as a bar for more than 60 years.
The property was .
In January, Akron, OH company LRC AZ Investors purchased the land and accompanying building for $619,750. Since that sale, the site has remained vacant.
Now we want to know: What business would benefit the Moon-area community? How could this space better serve you and your neighbors? If you had your pick, what business would move into this University Boulevard property?
Share your thoughts, ideas and concerns in the comments. Tell us what your vision is for this Moon Township vacancy.