Avi Adelman's just posted over on Barking Dogs that Lower Greenville's losing its longtime Blockbuster on Richmond Avenue -- which probably comes as no surprise, given the state of the bankrupt downtown-based videos-n-such rentalist that could be in the hands of new owners as early as next week. I called the location moments ago, and an employee confirmed: Workers there found out the shuttering Monday.
The woman to whom I spoke says the liquidation sale begins February 28, with The Last Day of Business scheduled, for now, on April 21.
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Of course, this is the Blockbuster next to the former Whole Foods location, which -- way back in June of last year -- was mentioned by Realtor Newt Walker as a kinda-maybe-possible new location for Elliott's Hardware once it scoots to make way for the tax-credited Kroger.