The Edgewood Avenue corridor of the Old Fourth Ward has seen quite a resurgence in the last few years.
On any given weeknight and on the weekends, college kids, hipsters and old-timers are out and about, sampling the food, drink and ambiance of the many restaurants that have opened up and built a good following of fans.
There's the Thumbs Up Diner, Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, Cafe Circa, Edgewater Corner Tavern, Miso Izakaya and Space 2 at Sound Table, just to name a few.
There's also some new ones slated to open like Ammazza which is making its home in the old Geyer & Taylor building.
So with all the attention the corridor has seen of late, it seems strange, then, that the building at 476 Edgewood, on the northeast corner of Edgewood and Boulevard, remains empty.
The building has been home to a few business ideas. A recent effort had a vegetarian restaurant operating there, but that didn't last long.
What kind of business would work there? What's needed for that area of Old Fourth Ward? What would you like to see there?