The mixed use of Truman Street means that the short walk down the road will pass by everything from a tire dealership to a Jamaican takeout restaurant to a police substation. But while some businesses are succeeding in this neighborhood and a small store moved into a previously featured space, other spots are still vacant.
This building at 76 Truman Street isn't quite as prominent as some of the other vacant spots around town, but a realty sign lets passerby know that commercial space is available. Speer Real Estate of Norwich has the entire building up for sale for $325,000, describing it as a property with a ground level storefront and five apartments. Central location and the potential of being a "nice monthly income producer" are some of the other selling points.
Unlike its neighbors, the building hasn't made much of a splash in the news over the years. It was up for sale in 1984 as well, with the listing advertising a large store space with restaurant fixtures as well as three apartment units.
The building is located next door to 82-84 Truman Street, the former DMV office previously featured. It's also not far from the intersections of Truman Street, Blackhall Street, and Blinman Street.
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