Once again, 706 Main St. is clearing out — here’s a shot of the freshly unwrapped restaurant space in the base of the Great Jones Building. The light-rail-side storefront just south of Capitol St. was taken over in 2014 by Bombay Indian Grill (not to be confused with the nearby Bombay Pizza Co. 2 blocks to the south) in the wake of a string of restaurant turnovers averaging less than 2 years apiece of tenure.
A reader spotted someone boxing up the leftovers early last week, and sent the photo above this afternoon showing the space sans signage. The restaurant was previously marked in place in April floor plans from Midway, which is currently remodeling and repackaging the Great Jones Building together with the former Gulf Oil building as The Jones on Main:
A fish-eyed shot of the whole block from the storefront’s LoopNet listing (which appears to have been reactivated) shows Bombay’s now-missing yellow canopy on the left:
- 706 Main St. [LoopNet]
- Previously on Swamplot: Former Gulf Building Jonesing for Throwback to the Sakowitz Days on Main St.; Bombay Indian Grill Hoists Colors, Ready To Take on ‘Jinxed’ Spot at 706 Main St.; Downtown Burger Guys Closes Down
Images: Swamplot inbox (top); Midway (floorplan), LoopNet (bottom)