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Centreville building to be torn down

A long-vacant business in Centreville will soon be razed.

Marcus Gleaton, owner of Gleaton-Swanwick Agency in Centreville, has purchased the former Village Market property.

Gleaton recently indicated he plans to tear down the old grocery store, since repairing damage from a fire and fixing the roof could cost well over $500,000.

Two other units in the plaza, the former Habitat for Humanity office and the former Cavoni’s Pizza & Grinders, will be cleaned from water damage and made available for rental.

Gleaton plans to build self-storage units on the property and leave room for potential expansion of the commercial real estate space.

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