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Visions for Vacancies: What Business Should Fill Old Mr. Movies?

What business would you like to see come to Lakeville and fill this vacant commercial space?

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

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

So,  asks you to imagine the future of this space. 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 old Mr. Movies space in Lakeville of Crossroads, adjacent to .

Where's the vacancy? 7409 179th St. W.

What was it? It was a Mr. Movies retail location

Vacant: Since Mr. Movies closed in 2011

Current owner: Lakeville 2004, LLC.

Age of structure: 2003

Size: As part of the Crossroads of Lakeville 1st Addition, this building's square-footage is combined with Cub Foods and other storefronts, and listed as 82,983 square-feet.

Estimated value for land and building: As part of the Crossroads of Lakeville 1st Addition, this building's value is combined with Cub Foods, which is, $7.25 million.

Total property taxes: As part of the Crossroads of Lakeville 1st Addition, this building's taxes are combined with Cub Foods, and total $267,255

Editor's note: Property information is from the Dakota County GIS.

Derrick Williams May 24, 2012 at 08:57 PM
Have one in mind? I'd love a Panera, personally.
Nancy Larson May 26, 2012 at 04:41 PM
A great place to have a wonderful breakfast! There's no place, except Denny's in Burnsville, to eat omelets, fresh baked rolls or just plain eggs, great toast And pancakes! A place where the waiters come to the table and give you a verbal menu on what's great that day. PLEASE! Isn't there someone who still knows how to cook great, real food!? Nancy Larson
Andy Mako June 10, 2012 at 11:01 PM
How about a secure, staffed play-place to drop the toddlers and kids for an hour while you were shopping. I, personally, would pay at least 4 bucks for one kid and 6 bucks for 2, for 75 minutes of kid free shopping. I would even pay an extra dollar a kid if I went over the 75 min. and I'm cheap.
Derrick Williams June 11, 2012 at 04:22 PM
Andy, that's a neat idea! Is there anything like that at all right now? Other cities or anything?
Sarah July 02, 2012 at 04:27 PM
I think there is still one ClubKid left in Minnetonka. I believe that the company had a few, not sure why they closed. Maybe not enough of a demand?

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