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New Businesses Coming to Redstone Shopping Center

Redstone lease map. Credit: WS Development.
Redstone lease map. Credit: WS Development.

Two new businesses are coming to Main Street’s Redstone Shopping Center.

Uno Due Go and Michaels will be opening “soon,” according to both Redstone and property developers WS Development.  

Redstone already houses “key tenants” Marshalls, LA Fitness and CVS. WS Development considers craft store giant Michaels another “key tenant.”

Michaels will go into part of the old Ames (or if you go back far enough — Zayre) store. Uno Due Go will go into the short-lived Baja Fresh section of Redstone, at the corner, as you head back toward the former Shaw’s store. Take a look at the attached map for a better view.

The Uno Due Go joins a handful of restaurants nation-wide, and one in Downtown Crossing in Boston, in the Pizzeria Uno Corporation. It is a smaller, to-go and sit-down cafe that offers breakfast options, a bakery, thin and deep-dish pizzas, soups, salads and sandwiches. Take a look at the video for more information on how the restaurant operates.


Are you excited about these new stores opening at Redstone? Tell us in the comments!


Carolyn Elliott February 13, 2014 at 02:04 PM
I'm THRILLED to have Michael's come to Redstone and look forward to trying a new eatery...It's always wonderful to see vacant space being put back into action!
Witold Witkowski February 13, 2014 at 06:56 PM
Excellent news to see tenants moving into Redstone. I'd personally love to see a Chunky's (or similar) Movie theater there. It would perfectly fit the space!
Cindy Hemenway February 14, 2014 at 08:29 AM
This is great news for Stoneham! As the empty spaces are filled with viable businesses, hopefully this will encourage other businesses to invest in placing their business in the Redstone Plaza. Continued empty store fronts sends the wrong message about how great Stoneham can be!
Kathy Klagholz February 14, 2014 at 11:33 AM
I am happy that the space is going to be finally rented out, but am highly disappointed with the businesses that have been chosen. I would of loved to see a Traders Joe or Whole foods rather than another pizza place or craft store. My prediction is that these two stores will last for a few years and then will move out like all the other businesses that didn't make it.
Angelo February 14, 2014 at 11:59 AM
I think Michaels will do fine, but agree on Uno's - I don't give them more than 2 years. It's the perfect spot for Panera's, considering the nearest ones are in Saugus & Burlington...
Melisa Passanisi Thorne February 14, 2014 at 01:15 PM
Sal's only lasted a couple of years. It was directly next door to Papa Gino's. Not sure what genius thought that was a good idea. But nonetheless, I wish nothing but the best for the new tenant at Redstone. I like this dialog and wonder if there a way to get some from WS developement to comment on the future plans for Redstone?
Nancy G. February 14, 2014 at 01:53 PM
I agree Michaels may make it but do we really need a new pizza shop! Trader Joe' or Panera wold be nice...closet Panera is Woburn just for the record.
Tom Boussy February 14, 2014 at 03:12 PM
Did you see the video? It’s basically a Panera with Italian flare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYUOkaVt_Rk&feature=player_embedded#t=40 it has a bakery and serves thin crust pizza, plus sandwiches, Sourdough Panini's, soups & salad. If it’s good enough for downtown crossing the it’s good enough for me http://unoduego.com/pdf/takeoutMenu.pdf
Tom Boussy February 14, 2014 at 03:13 PM
why cant I get the URL to work?

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