I recently commented that the building at the corner of Broad Street and Huntington Street has an odd mixture of businesses. At the heart of it is Tony D's, the romantic Italian restaurant. Perched above it is Fiddleheads Food Co-op, while in the rear you can find Labor Ready. Next door to the main entrance of Tony D's is California Fruit, a convenience store where you can find some used electronics in addition to the foodstuffs.
California Fruit also owns a couple of adjoining Huntington Street storefronts. As an example of the multifarious wares you can pick up at the store, one of them is currently being used for storage and an ornate birdcage is on display in the window for an interested buyer. Both windows also have "For Rent" signs with directions to head over to California Fruit if you're interesting in opening something up.
Most recently, the space has included the temporary offices of Liberty Tax (which is why you probably saw the dancing Statue of Liberty at the corner a couple of years ago). What do you think would be a good space for these storefronts?