The vacant Hancock Fabrics building may have new tenants in the form of a blood plasma donation center.

According to the Midland Reporter-Telegram, ImmunoTek is the company looking at using the space at 15 Meta Drive as their location for a for-profit plasma donation center.

Midland Planning and Zoning commission has to work out the rules and zoning for such a location before it can be approved and ready to house the plasma center.

Hancock Fabrics closed and vacated the location back in 2015.

Chase's History Lesson: The Hancock Fabrics building was originally built as a Piggly Wiggly grocery store back in the 1960's.