A former clothing store built off the north side of Sears that stayed empty for years and years before being razed in 2009.
A local-chain tire and automotive parts outlet with four car-wide drive-through bays on a local retail corridor.
Brilliant — park on top, bowl below. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t hip enough to survive waning interest before bowling made a resurgence.
This cinder block building with a residential looking store facade slapped on it stood vacant for many years before demolition. Part of the way commercial retail comes and goes.
A rather small commercial storefront that was a branch bank for some time but abandoned for many years before eventual demolition.
A big hulking 5300-person capacity civic auditorium that hosted sports and entertainment for close to 50 years.
A boarded-up retail space along a retail corridor in need of rethinking.
One of the last big box stores on North Main Street, closed since the mid-to-late 90s. Demolished in 2014 to become infill for a parking lot.