What’s next for the Tim Horton’s location in Lansing near Jolly and Dunckel?
This is the nagging question that has been running through our minds since they closed their doors a few months ago.
Lansing Business Closures
During the pandemic, we’ve seen more than a few Lansing area businesses close for the last time, not just Tim Hortons…
Outback Steakhouse in Okemos, The Cosmos/Punk Taco in East Lansing, DeLuca’s in Lansing, and the list goes on.
See also: Wings Over East Lansing is closing permanently
It’s always terribly upsetting when local businesses close for good. Many good people generally lose their jobs and customers have one less place to visit.
Restaurant chain or local place for mom and dad?
When places end up closing, whether it’s restaurants or not, we end up with discussions about what’s next? What’s going to go now? What would we like to see happen in our community?
This is the question we asked you; what would you like to see replace this old Tim Horton’s restaurant? Amid the variety of responses, we saw two guys reign supreme…Lansing would love nothing more than to see a mom-and-pop style company take over this space. And on the other hand, you’d also like to see a restaurant chain that hasn’t come to Michigan yet.
Businesses We Need in Lansing
So what’s next for Tim Horton’s former location on Jolly near Dunckel?
For the moment, there is no indication that anything new will take its place. Either way, there are definitely companies Lansing would like to see instead.
From a local bakery, to an arcade, to a southern breakfast chain long coveted by Michigan locals; we’ve rounded up all of your suggestions and made a list of companies Lansing would like to see instead of that old Tim Horton.
Take a look at the list below. And if we happen to miss something that you think should come to town, let us know by sending us a message with the station app.
29 Companies Lansing Would Love To See At Old Tim Horton’s
What’s next for the Tim Horton’s location in Lansing near Jolly and Dunckel? This is the nagging question that has been running through our minds since they closed their doors a few months ago. We asked you what you would like to see come to town. From a local bakery, to an arcade, to a southern breakfast chain long coveted by Michigan locals; we’ve rounded up all of your suggestions and made a list of companies Lansing would like to see instead of that old Tim Horton.
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