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Restaurant, Bar Wanted for Former Lansdale Music Factory, PEAK Center

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Shoppers inside the former Lansdale Music Factory vinyl record store in Lansdale. Credits: Tony Di Domizio
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The new owner of 315 W. Main St.—the former home of Lansdale Music Factory and The PEAK Center (North Penn Senior Center)—desires a tenant interested in opening a restaurant or sports bar in the space, reports WNPV.

Dino Darazio told WNPV that he wants to find a tenant in 10 months, and one that would utilize all three floors of the 15,000-square-foot building.

Darazio said big name sports bars could use such a space, instead of only one floor and two floors of office space.

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Its most recent tenant was Lansdale Music Factory—owned by former The Attic thrift store owners Rocky Dean Griffo and Cathy Griffo—which occupied the first floor with performance space, a cafe, and a vinyl record store. 

Prior, it served as the home of The PEAK Center of Lansdale, formerly the North Penn Senior Center. It has since relocated to the campus of Schwenckfeld Manor.

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