There’s one less place to shop in downtown New Port Richey.
Sigi’s Place, which sold secondhand clothing, has closed its doors after a little less than a year in business. Joseph Sigismondi, the owner, announced last week the closure of the 6214 Grand Blvd. store.
Sigismondi, a Hudson resident, worked for years as a security guard before opening the store.
Things "didn't work out" at the location, Sigismondi told people on his Facebook page. He said to Patch he couldn't afford to keep the business open.
"Thank you to everyone who has been a customer over this past year and to all of you who help spread the word,” Sigismondi said on Facebook. “Take care and God bless.”
What business do you think could work at this location? What do you think needs to be done to make a new business thrive downtown?