What Beacon Hill Business Were You Sad to See Close in 2012?

During these economic times, businesses come and go all the time. Tell us which ones you were sad to see go in the comments section below.

It was another year of welcomes and farewells for Beacon Hill businesses.

Early in the year, Beacon Hill Framery left Charles Street for Fort Point and the clothing store Vira opened up shortly after in the framery's former home. 

In the fall, Salon Evergreen, at 28 Charles St., left and Townhouse Beauty Bar opened in the spot. 

Recently, antiques dealer Churchill & White closed at 122 Charles St., and North River Outfitter expanded into the space. 

TELL US: What Beacon Hill business(es) were you sad to see close in 2012? Share with us in the comments section below. 

nantastic December 28, 2012 at 12:58 PM
Sorry to lose Four Preppy Paws.


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