The former gas station property at East State Street and Crissey Avenue has been on the market since mid-June now.
Real estate agents and some residents were a little excited about the idea of a doughnut shop going into that location. But as the summer winds down, there's no Dunkin' Donuts sign anywhere to be seen.
The asking price for the .62-acre property with a walk-in freezer, among other amenities, is still at $900,000. The building is 2,135 square feet, and it is described as the "perfect corner for eastbound motorists on high-traffic Route 38."
The question is, what would you like to see go into that property? Is it a parcel the city should buy as part of an East State Street renovation effort? What's the most practical use for that corner?