, and has since seen for a brief stint around Halloween. In a new feature on Braintree Patch, we're asking readers to suggest what they would like to see in vacant storefronts around town. What kind of business would you like to visit at the 27,500-square-foot store?
On June 2, Quincy-based The Grossman Companies, Inc., along with Dinosaur Capital Partners of Boston, bought the store for $4 million, according to a statement on Dinosaur's website.
that the Braintree location would close by the end of May. It was among 228 stores across the country that were scheduled for closing as part of the company's bankruptcy plan. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York approved a reorganization plan on Feb. 17 for the bookseller, the nation's second largest after Barnes & Noble.
Dinosaur Capital says the "stand-alone box is a prime retail site in an excellent power center containing Best Buy, Staples, KMart, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Sports Authority, Petsmart and others."
Let us know in the comments section what you think should go here.