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Written by Kristyn Halbig Ziehm   
Wednesday, 26 January 2011 19:19
TWO DOWNTOWN PORT WASHINGTON buildings will soon house new businesses. The former North Shore Homes building at 404 N. Franklin St. (above) will become a counseling center while the former Graff Jewelers store at 223 N. Franklin St. will become a tea room and gift shop.
                                          Photos by Bill Schanen IV

Officials hope opening of counseling center, tea room will help spark renewed interest in shopping district

Two new businesses are preparing to open in downtown Port Washington, a sign of renewed interest in the central shopping district, officials said.

“Maybe that’ll bring more interest to downtown,” City Administrator Mark Grams said. “It’s a sign properties are starting to move.

“There seems to be a little more interest in the buildings now. I think you’re going to start to see things happen a little bit.”

The former North Shore Homes building at 404 N. Franklin St. has been sold to Harry and Rosemary Schaumburg, who will open the Stone Gate Resources counseling center there.

 
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