What is the most appropriate business to fill this empty building?

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The vacant building sits at 1320 Lee Boulevard in Richland. You can inquire about leasing the building.

We asked on Facebook, "What do you want to see here?" You responded.

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Many people want many different businesses. From restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory to Chili's.

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Kristy said she's, "tired of running to Spokane every time I'm craving their food LOL... or even a golden Corral of the all-you-can-eat buffet places that actually taste good."

I love that people have our youth in mind.

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Sherrie responded that she heard it was going to be a trampoline park. Have you ever been to one?

Better yet, what do you think of an indoor skate park?

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Maybe there won't be so many skateboarders on the streets if they had a place other than Columbia Park to perfect their craft.

Mike wants the building leveled.

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So then, the lot can be available for parking for Fran Rish Stadium game nights.

Darcie suggested a youth center.

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Mary Jean would like the building to be modified into an indoor dog park.

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Interesting. Lalo would also like to see a dog training facility.

There's been A LOT of discussion about drug rehabilitation centers.

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The Tri-Cities certainly needs one.

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But, do we need another arcade and pizzeria? We have Shakey's and Chuck E. Cheese.

Who wants a specialty grocery store?

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Never been to Whole Foods Market. I know they care about the environment and there's a gluten-free foods selection. And they take pride in offering wild-caught seafood.

The most popular business Tri-Citians want to see in the Former Albertson's is:

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In my opinion, we need Trader Joe's. However, Leo and Kathy believe that Yoke's is the same, except for the fact that "Trader Joe's offers cheap wine."

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