Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Poll results: New uses for Target space

According to the results from the recent poll question "What would you like to see go in the old Target space?", many people would like a book store to set up shop in the long vacant space at Columbia Mall. (results)

Selection
Book store 100 votes
Cinema 25 votes
Department store 72 votes
Grocery store 30 votes
Restaurants 65 votes
Small stores 77 votes
Other (discuss) 32 votes
268 voters

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

I'd like the Columbia Mall to have stores like I see in the Malls in Winnipeg. Book store,Drug store,Grocery store. That's convience.

Anonymous said...

OK, who is it that's posted the Darden Restaurants (including a stock quote!) twice now, and what's your agenda?

Anonymous said...

What's YOUR agenda by asking?

Anonymous said...

Darden restaurants can go to hell

Anonymous said...

I certainly don't mean to be rude, but do you have any idea how a business operates? Our market has to fit the business plans of these organnizations, and lobby as you may, but I am doubting that Barnes & Noble (or any subsequent investors in a Grand Forks B&N)would be willing to invest in a THIRD bookstore in the mall and a second B&N in such a small city.

Anonymous said...

Barnes and Noble and BDalton are related, so you probably won't find a B&N and a BDalton in the same mall. My guess.

Anonymous said...

How about some sort of indoor amusement area? This would be a great fit for that part of the mall as it is within walking distance of the area hotels.

There could be an indoor mini golf course (no excuses that the winter weather is a hardship) or even have someone make a bigger arcade/indoor go-cart track (with ventilation) along with a pizza/snack bar area too.

Whoever chooses to go into that spot should look at what else tourists/shoppers like to do when visiting a new location.

Think of all the school age kids who stay at those area hotels when here for a sporting event.

jessK said...

Who wants to see a Whole Foods store in the old Leever's spot? Me, me, me...!