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home : news : local   April 29, 2016

11/19/2013 4:14:00 PM
Restaurant building demolition starts at Princeton


NewsTribune photo/Katlyn RumboldDemolition began this week on the former Habanero’s Mexican Grill & Cantina building at 630 S. Main St., Princeton that sat empty while insurance companies figured out what to do next. The restaurant burned earlier this year, and in the process, caused damage to neighboring businesses including Tanks Pet Supply. Employees of Jim Maupin Trucking & Excavating, of Henry, didn’t anticipate their project lasting longer than a week. After the building is demolished, there will be an empty lot for sale. At this time, the city does not know what business will take its place.
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NewsTribune photo/Katlyn Rumbold
Demolition began this week on the former Habanero’s Mexican Grill & Cantina building at 630 S. Main St., Princeton that sat empty while insurance companies figured out what to do next. The restaurant burned earlier this year, and in the process, caused damage to neighboring businesses including Tanks Pet Supply. Employees of Jim Maupin Trucking & Excavating, of Henry, didn’t anticipate their project lasting longer than a week. After the building is demolished, there will be an empty lot for sale. At this time, the city does not know what business will take its place.

Katlyn Rumbold
Princeton Bureau Chief



An empty space will soon appear on Main Street in Princeton.

Demolition began this week on the former Habanero’s Mexican Grill & Cantina building at 630 S. Main St., Princeton that sat empty while insurance companies figured out what to do next.

The restaurant burned earlier this year, and in the process, caused damage to neighboring businesses including Tanks Pet Supply.

Employees of Jim Maupin Trucking & Excavating, of Henry, didn’t anticipate their project lasting longer than a week.

After the building is demolished, there will be an empty lot for sale. At this time, the city does not know what business will take its place.












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