Lately, we've been asking Patch readers about what kind of businesses they think should move into vacant spots around town.
The subject of this week's Vision for a Vacancy is the previous home of Touché Accessories in Suburban Square. The 585-foot space is right next to the previous home of Priscilla of Boston, now the soon-to-open Elizabeth John's, another bridal boutique.
Touché Accessories left Suburban Square in 2011 for a new home at the King of Prussia Mall, but the canvas overhang above the space still bears its name.
The space is very small—smaller than any other space for rent in Suburban Square—and about a third the size of another vacant spot next door, the previous Apricot Lane Boutique space, and 1/12 the size of the vacant American Eagle space.
What do you think would be a good fit for this space? Tell us in the comments.