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Anyone know the story of the Ed's Place restaurant building?
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I guess the title says it all. If anyone knows what the story is behind that building, current status (obviously it is boarded up), but you know what I mean. Anything really I would…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Alfandre Oct 19, 2015.

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James Alfandre replied to Jacob Morrill's discussion Anyone know the story of the Ed's Place restaurant building?
"Hey Jacob, Sorry I missed this. The property owner has engaged a developer to redevelop the property into residential and retail. The timeline might be a couple of years out though. Hope this helps! - James"
Oct 19, 2015
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Anyone know the story of the Ed's Place restaurant building?

I guess the title says it all. If anyone knows what the story is behind that building, current status (obviously it is boarded up), but you know what I mean. Anything really I would appreciate. Thanks, Jacob See More
Aug 27, 2015
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What's your interest in joining this group?
Potential tenant
Do you own a business or property in the Granary District? And if so, what business or property?
No
What would your ideal neighborhood look like?
Robust street life, street musicians, cafes, lots of shrubs and other plants, pergolas, music playing, good smells, laughter, bikes, stuff for kids too (playgrounds, splash-pads, etc.), dog friendly, murals, graffiti art, kinetic sculptures, craftsmen and craftswomen working, working where you live (little commuting), people know each other, social, chess benches, libraries, A nice blend of historic buildings and other structures, no crime, friendly public servants like police getting out in the community, walking the streets and getting to know people, etc.

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