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North Reading Service on Park Street Was Sold

North Reading Service, formerly Lew's Mobil, was sold.

Welcome to You Ask... Patch Answers where we answer readers questions. We recently received questions about the vacant lot on Park Street that was once North Reading Service. Patch readers want to know if the building was sold. Here's your answer.

North Reading Service, , on Park Street was opened by Lew Vorrilas 47 years ago, and stayed open until last Spring. The building finally has a buyer.

According to , they have the listing on the property at 160 Park St. and they have signed a purchase and sale agreement with the buyer, making the property under agreement. They declined to comment on the buyer for confidentiality reasons. They don't ever comment on the parties for a transaction until a sale has been consummated.

Check in with us for more information as it becomes available.

peter lucci June 01, 2012 at 01:50 AM
No surprise there Joe. The folks that use their full name (fictious or not), that happen to agree with you, are just fine.It's the people, that for whatever reason they choose to not use their full name (fictious or not), that happen to not always fall in line with your opinions, that get knocked by you for being cowards. Thank God that you were never promoted beyond Head Crossing Guard, who knows what havoc you might have created back in the day.
Jim Pothier June 01, 2012 at 02:38 AM
When they built the new Ryers, they lost the revenue from parking for the Post Office employees, who now park at the Trinity church. Could it be that the Post Office employees will now park at the old Lew's?
peter lucci June 01, 2012 at 12:45 PM
Make that two things, Joe...I also learned that you have no backbone / credibility. Gotta love those who won't admit when they are wrong and then resort to name calling in an attempt to avoid the subject at hand...classic fraud.
Joe Veno June 02, 2012 at 12:37 AM
Now, now, Peter with the phoney last mane. No need to get nasty. I will leave it at that.
peter lucci June 02, 2012 at 01:47 AM
Thanks Joe, I really appreciate the fact that you completely avoided answering my initial question. I will leave it at that.

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