and its neighbor DB Shoes will close its doors at its current 630 San Antonio Rd. location by year’s end, according to store employees.
But the storefronts might not sit vacant for long. Blueprints for a Sunflower Farmers Market have been submitted to the Mountain View Office of Community Development and have received conditional approval, according to city documents reviewed by Mountain View Patch.
If approved the market would occupy approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of space and provide local and organic produce, all-natural meats, a deli counter with 200 cheeses and bakery.
Efforts to reach a representative of Rasputin Music and DB Shoes were unsuccessful. However, a Rasputin Music employee told Mountain View Patch that the store might relocate to Redwood City.
For now, both stores have begun to slash prices in an effort to move out inventory. This could bode well for price conscious shoppers this holiday season.
The even though the Mountain View store has not yet opened, its listed on the Colorado-based Sunflower Farmers Market's website and should open in the summer of 2012. This would the store's seventh store in Northern California.