Falls Road landmark celebrates its industrial heritage

There are 1 comment on the The Baltimore Sun story from Nov 15, 2013, titled Falls Road landmark celebrates its industrial heritage. In it, The Baltimore Sun reports that:

Jennifer Tufaro Nolley stands on a balcony at Mill No. 1, a new development of offices and apartments located in a historic textile mill, which has been developed by her father, David Tufaro.

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Tamara6278

Baltimore, MD

#1 Nov 16, 2013
Confused and frustrated why is it the government has money to build all these buildings but can't build a building for the homeless people in our city what is wrong with you guys that's just plain ole selfish come on Baltimore Maryland back me up.

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