Put on your Town Planning Caps, because it's time to share your vision for the Durgin Garage building.
The 2012 Preservation Massachusetts list of "Most endangered historic resources" includes the Durgin Garage, built in 1926. Of the seven storefronts in the building, today only a handful are occupied by Tiny Hanger (currently celebrating a 1-year anniversary), Jerusalem Pita and Brookline Superette.
Every now and again, we like to ask you What Businesses is Brookline Missing? On Route 9, for example, we asked last month what people would like to see.
Take a second, think about what you'd like to see, and share it with us in the comments section below.
If you were looking for businesses to fill in the remaining four storefronts, who would you seek out? What do you think the neighborhood is missing? What do you think would draw people to the garage site? Let us know in the comments.