One of the most conspicuous – and conspicuously vacant – spots on Prospect Avenue has just been spoken for. The rambling 25,000-square-foot space at 724 Prospect Avenue, which has housed everything from Diamondback Brewery and Phil the Fire to R.J. Boland's, where every booth had its very own television, will become a Buffalo Wild Wings.
Richard Andrews, owner of BW3 spots in Lyndhurst, Bainbridge, Sandusky and Cleveland Heights, has inked a deal to open a new location downtown, a fact confirmed by Brad Kowit, partner in Kowit & Company Real Estate Group.
The restaurant and bar will occupy only the main level, a 6,500-square-foot space.
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