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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Renovation planned for retail center on Little River Turnpike




The small two-story shopping center at 7409 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, is getting a makeover. The building, to be known as Hanna Plaza, will have a new, nicer fa├žade with more brick and improved landscaping, says Jeffrey Levine of Levine Design Studio, who’s working on the project for the owner.

The interior won’t be changed much, except for a new foyer and central staircase. The two tenants on the first floor, Title Max and a drycleaners, are moving. Title Max is relocating a few doors down on Little River to the site formerly occupied by Jerry’s Subs and Pizza.

According to Levine, a laundry is moving to the first floor, and a real estate company upstairs is expected to stay. The owner is looking for more upscale tenants for the rest of the property. The parking lot will be at the rear of the building.

It’s a by-right project, which means it won’t involve a rezoning procedure and there won’t be a public hearing. The design work is under way now, and construction is expected to start in the fall.

4 comments:

  1. "By Right" is usually "All Wrong"

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  2. That place is perfect for a tattoo parlor or a pawn shop, we have neither in Annandale.

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    1. Look, just take your car to one of the many Title Maxes or your gold to a conveniently located Gold for Cash and call a cab to get to your favorite tattoo artist and pawn your other stuff somewhere else. Penny doesn't like tattoos much.

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  3. Interesting that the county doesn't list that building as being on Little River

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