Right away, some neighbor hood advocates questioned the knowledge of getting a big pawnshop anchor a clear strip shopping mall.
Could a used-goods store flanked by a lender that is payday economic development on St. PaulвЂ™s East Side?
The clear answer, it appears, is not any.
On Feb. 20, Pawn America will shut a pawnshop that is 15,000-square-foot has offered since the sole major tenant of 1855 Suburban Ave. for the last four years. An affiliated Payday America financing and check-cashing procedure will shut with it.
Building owner Peter Remes, a principal using the Minneapolis real-estate company First & First, stated he may just simply take legal action against Burnsville-based Pawn America throughout the broken rent. Continuar lendo Pawnshop, payday lender close, leave St. Paul strip shopping center empty