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(I say that as someone who has, for many years, toiled in the fields adjacent to both PR and Marketing, and sometimes worked in those fields myself)
Nice work, Marc
Oh, also this:
Shapiro tells CHS a restaurant or cafe will likely take over the building’s 1,500 square-foot lobby, while he envisioned a bar moving into the 2,200 square-foot basement. The rest of the building will become “creative offices,” including the two 5,000 square-foot theater spaces and two upper floors of existing offices.
huh? ever set foot in the Grand Illusion? I don't know who this Mark Stiles is, but he sure channeled his inner dipshit when he wrote that.
The auto row-era Bocker and Brown Buildings are slated to be redeveloped as a preservation incentive-boosted office project. As The Stranger crew would have to vacate for more than a year, Keck said he’s currently seeking a permanent home elsewhere.
2. I'm so baffled by people's excitement that "at least they're not tearing it down". The exterior of the Harvard Exit is far and away its least redeeming feature.
Now, banks on the other hand....
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