skinzfan23 wrote:They do have a great lease, but you still need to bring in enough money to pay employees and to keep the lights on.
Underperforming store = tax deduction.
HR Paperstacks wrote:I was on the fence before but after bringing in Scott Walker, my mind is made up. The last thing we need is to be more like Wisconsin.
Greg S wrote:Amigo's on Maple opened today.
Coyote wrote:Word on the street... The boystown project is attractive all the tenants Crossroads was courting. Expect little retail now at the Crossroads.
Greg S wrote:nebugeater wrote:Isn't it correct that the First Super Target that they built was in Omaha?
Correct, the one at 132nd and Maple. Joe Montana came to the opening of the Omaha store. The 2nd one was in Lawerence Kansas.
Coyote wrote:Official: Broncos Land Co, DBA as Kum & Go will be rebuilding here, with a large parking lot.
choke wrote:That Sears at the Crossroads is like a cockroach. It could survive a nuclear bomb. Even if Sears folds, somehow that one will remain open with its 99-year lease.
Omaha_corn_burner wrote:bbinks wrote:Baskin Robbins maybe?
Back in the day there was a Baskin Robbins on the northwest corner. Are they presently expanding?
Coyote wrote:Did the Saddle Creek DeLeon's just go out of business?
Brad wrote:bbinks wrote:Was there 2 or 3 at the complex at 144th & Maple? All smoking that I recall.
Those have been a couple years now, and several others around town since them.
RockHarbor wrote:I've never been there. Is that "Pizza Shoppe" as in the chain (the title spelled in Gothic lettering)? If so, I never knew Omaha had a Pizza Shoppe location.
Brad wrote:bbinks wrote:Coyote wrote:McDonald's
The old one on Military will sit empty I'd bet. Last time I drove that area the vacant building north of the McD was finally torn down.
There is a McDonalds 4 blocks north of here on 72nd and Lake.