Renovations Coming After Tewksbury Retail Plaza Sold

The Lowell Sun reported the property was sold for $950,000.

A Tewksbury plaza was recently sold. (File Photo)
A Tewksbury plaza was recently sold. (File Photo)
A Main Street plaza will be getting a new look after it was recently purchased by owners who plan on performing renovations.

The Lowell Sun reported that the Tewksbury Retail Plaza at 1875 Main Street, which includes Batter-Up Sports Cards and Love Magic Nails, was recently sold for $950,000.

The new owners plan to upgrade several areas, including the windows, siding, doors and roof.

Click here to read the Lowell Sun report on the sale in its entirety.
Mary April 09, 2014 at 11:11 AM
I am happy to hear that the building that Batter's up and Magic Nails is going to be upgraded. This is a step in the right direction. As far as another storage facility, it will help when it comes to paying a share of the taxes in this town, but I would have hoped it would be something the town's people would enjoy, example some type of store. I guess I shouldn't complain, whatever it is, it will fill in some of the empty places.
malcolm nichols April 09, 2014 at 11:14 AM
Not sure storage meets zoning.
Rob R April 09, 2014 at 11:17 AM
I heard mention of a Hibachi Steakhouse going in the old Rite Aid. Does anyone know for sure what the recent activity at this location is for?
mike monahan April 09, 2014 at 11:48 AM
There was a sign on the front of the former Rite Aid that said a Hibachi Steakhouse was coming.
Rob R April 09, 2014 at 12:14 PM
Thanks Mike! Hope it comes to be true and attracts more business to help compliment the Pushcart. They have been lonely for too long!


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