New Additions on Way to Pullman Square

By: Carrie Cline Email
By: Carrie Cline Email

It's a taste of the newest addition at Pullman Square.
Benny's Cheesesteaks opened Tuesday to hungry stomachs craving something new.

Mary Harris is the owner of the country's second store -- the first is located in Columbus. Careful research lead to the new business owner to the once dead downtown Huntington.

"Pullman Square has been great for us and we'll be great for them," Mary Harris said.

The owner of Inspired started out with handbags and accessories when the facility opened. A few months ago, she expanded to clothing at Runway Couture. Now, she's getting ready to expand again.

"We're going to do shoes," Deneene Chafin said.

Then there's the former Pizzeria Uno which may soon be a Pizzeria Uno. The new owner says he's tickled pink to be a part of the downtown Huntington revitalization.

The changes continue with Empire Books and News. New ownership means a new layout, a bigger focus on local authors and the re-opening of the coffee shop.

Five Guys and a Burger plans to open in a little less than two months. The Pizzeria Uno will open at the end of July and Heels will open in a few weeks.


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