Gauging DeKalb's commercial appeal
DeKALB – Commercial real estate agent Ralph Crafton figures the former Al’s Furniture shop would make a great attorney’s office or retail store – something that doesn’t require a lot of parking.
The 2,400-square-foot space at 255 E. Lincoln Highway has been vacant for almost a year and a half, Crafton said. A bridal shop had considered leasing the space, which is next to the Golden Thai Jasmine restaurant, but the deal fell through.
“It’s pretty much a vanilla shell,” Crafton said. “It’s just a clear space. It’s ready for someone to do a build out, put partitions in it.”
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