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Which Avon Businesses Opened, Closed in 2012?

Tell us your memories of the businesses that left and joined the community over the past year. What new businesses are on your wish list for 2013?

Businesses have come and gone in Avon in 2012, from Colony Grill moving in and out of the former 99 Restaurant building in a six-month span to First Niagara Bank replacing the former Boston Market.

There have been many changes in the Avon business scene this year. Old Avon Village changed it's name to Avon Village Marketplace. The master plan for a future new Avon Village Center was approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Avon Cider Mill, a longtime favorite in the community, is closing.

We can't predict how the business climate will be in 2013, but Patch will be here to tell you when something new is cropping up and to say farewell to the ones that decide to leave.

As we get ready for the New Year, let's take a look back at what opened and closed in Avon in 2012.

Opened in Avon in 2012

  • The Fresh Market
  • Connecticut Mattress
  • C2 Pilates starts offering barre classes
  • iDevices
  • Connecticut Taekwondo
  • Bikers Edge
  • Sev Shak
  • Taste by Spellbound
  • The Grist Mill
  • A Cool Chick Place
  • Jolie Boutique Consignment
  • Lumani's Ye Olde Barber Shoppe
  • First Niagara Bank
  • Lane Bryant
  • Pet Spa

Left Avon in 2012

  • Colony Grill
  • Papacelle
  • Carmen Anthony Fishhouse of Avon
  • TJ Maxx
  • Hessian Lion
  • Avon Cider Mill

Are there any businesses not on the list that opened or closed in 2012? Do you want to tell us about your favorite businesses that moved in and share your fond memories of the ones that closed? Tell us in the comments!

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