618 and 624 Washington Street have been purchased by a developer who will transform these buildings. The plan for 618 is a coffee shop, pathway to rear parking and apartments. 624 will include a restaurant and apartments
The Central Hotel is also under contract with plans for retail and 46 apartments.
622 was a previously dilapidated building. With funding from a state grant, the building was stabilized and purchased by a local resident. It will be a meadery and tapas bar called The Hive.
633 Washington Street is the former Full Moon Saloon location and on September 27, it will be Sophisticated Rubbish, a store that sells reclaimed furniture.
Southern Julep (women’s clothing store that opened in July)
The Company Store of Preppy Pirate Outfitters (opened in August)
Dancewear Boutique (moving and expanding on Washington Street)
Revisited Vintage (across from David Price Auto Works)
Draper Public Space: this is a space created after two Fieldcrest Road buildings were demolished in the Draper Downtown. Funding was spent to repair windows at the rear of the space, install benches and a sliding door, install lighting and finally, landscaping. The space will be used for musical events and other gatherings.