What Should Go Here?

The old Watershed space has been empty since summer. What would you like to see moving into that spot?

There's a void on West Ponce.

The former gas station was occupied by where chef Scott Peacock served updated Southern classics.

Watershed helped put Decatur on the map for foodies, but last August the owners closed and relocated , which is supposed to open in the spring.

The old spot in Decatur remains empty, though the Watershed sign still stands in the parking lot as a reminder of past days.

What kind of business would you like to see moving into the Watershed space? And do you think any business will have a hard time shaking off the Watershed reputation?

About this column: Every week or so, we'll post a picture of a vacant store or lot in Decatur and Avondale Estates. You can tell us what you think should replace the empty space. Know of an empty building we should highlight? E-mail ralph.ellis@patch.com.


carrie victor March 08, 2012 at 11:17 PM
I think something for kids like a club that is inclusive to all children regardless of their parents income because that represents my "ideal Decatur" identity.


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