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What Should Go Here?: Former Aescendant Accessories Space

This is a new feature that asks residents how Northfield should fill its vacant spaces.

Northfield's business landscape is constantly changing—and part of that change includes vacant properties peppered throughout the community.

There’s little doubt residents have their own ideas on how they'd like to see these spaces filled.

In this new feature, Northfield Patch asks you to imagine the future of these spaces. Do you see a new restaurant? A new store? Something no one else has considered? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

In this edition, we look at the former  space on .

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13 Bridge Square

What was it? 

Vacant: October 2011

Current owner: James Herreid

History: This Bridge Square storefront has been vacant since October 2011 when Aescendant Accessories closed this location and moved to the parking lot side of the Central Block building at 106 4th St. E. between and .

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John S. Thomas May 29, 2012 at 02:19 PM
Honestly, I would love to have a certain local Technology company go in there. I really love that space. 8-)
Ariel Emery Butler May 30, 2012 at 01:33 AM
How about the Visitors Bureau? If Bridge Square is the heart of the town, then isn't that where the visitors bureau should be? If I was visiting town, I'd never think to look on the other side of Highway 3.
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