Quite a few people have tried to make something work at 92 Truman Street, but so far nothing has managed to stick.
Located a couple of doors down from in a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood, this three-story building has two retail storefronts on the ground level. The last business to occupy the space was . Anyone who moves in will be next door to a recently opened Caribbean food takeout restaurant.
News archives show an odd variety of uses for the storefronts. These included the Caravan Restaurant, New London's first Hispanic bakery (La Nueva Bakery), an AIDS counseling and research center operated by Eastern Connecticut Health Outreach, the Assemblies of the First Born church, a clothing store Flawless Four, and a children's store called Kids Forever.
So what do you think would have the best chance of success in this spot? Let us know in the comments.