Looks like a Dollar Tree.
If I had to guess I'd call it a Barnes & Noble.
i bet this is one of those made for the sole purpose of extracting money out of us.lol
Looks kind of like a Barnes & Noble in shape but it's not big enough. The green strip may mean Dollar Tree.
I think you've covered all the big stores. I can't think of one that has a green stripe.
I'm not sure the shape of the portico means anything, but if it does I'm thinking Borders rather than Barnes & Noble. Usually though, the architectural designs and colors are determined by the architect that designs the shopping center, not the retailers that lease the space. Because you never know how long a lessee will stay in that space. That said, a lot of developers will "Build to Suit Tenant" (meaning the original tenant) in order to attract advance leases.Yeah, I'll stick with Borders.
A stand alone Dollar Tree out of Chesapeake, Virginia. I'd pretty much bet on it. :)
Our Dollar Tree looks exactly like that!
The green stripe screams some sort of dollar store
We've had so many stores close, I can't imagine anyone building a new one anywhere!