Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The former Anchor Bay Pharmacy is undergoing transformation in downtown New Baltimore.
Plans for a new restaurant and bar in downtown New Baltimore moved forward Monday night. Matthew Cipriano, who bought the former Anchor Bay Pharmacy, was granted a Class C Liquor License by city council for the building on Washington Street. Cipriano is transforming the two-story structure into a restaurant, bar and nightclub, according to the license paperwork submitted to the city. Construction is expected to be complete this June on the unnamed business, the paperwork states.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Site plans to refurbish the historic building on Washington Street were approved Monday night at the New Baltimore City Council meeting.
From distributing medicine to serving up dishes, a historic New Baltimore building is prepping for change. The former Anchor Bay Pharmacy on Washington Street is slated to become a restaurant, new owner Matthew Cipriano told City Council Monday night. Site plans call for the building to be refurbished, with upgrades including changes to the facade and windows replacements, according to planning commission documents. The commission approved the plans Jan. 15 that went before council for authorization this week. Cipriano did not discuss the business in detail during the meeting, but described it as a "restaurant, bar, night club" in a pre-application form for a Class C liquor license in New Baltimore. Building Official Greg Nikkel said …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Patch asks readers to share their hopes for vacancies in Chesterfield and New Baltimore.
You've passed them frequently. You remembered when they were hustling retail centers. Perhaps, you shopped at them and wished something else would take their places. In our Visions for Vacancies feature, readers become pseudo city planners by offering an opportunity to share dreams for empty storefronts. In our latest installment, we ask you what you'd like to see in the recently closed Anchor Bay Pharmacy space. The longtime business was a landmark in downtown New Baltimore and is currently vacant. Tell us in the comments' section what you'd like to go there. Check out our other Visions for Vacancies here.