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Davis Center


Disambiguation: For the University center, see Davis Center for Mind and Brain.

Davis Center is a building in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, which features numerous shops and services. The Greensburg branch of the Pennsylvania Drivers License Center is located in the building. It was originally a Sears, Roebuck and Co., which was built in the early 1960s and closed after it relocated to Westmoreland Mall in 1977. AAMCO Transmissions is the site of the former Sears Auto Center. Former tenants also included David Weis, which went out of business in the mid-1990s. The building was then subdivided into several individual businesses, which includes a SeaBase Family Fun Center and an antiques store.

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