Santa Cruz downtown properties change hands for $5.9 million
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#1 Feb 18, 2014
"The acquisition did not include 802 Pacific Ave., where Taco Bell is located. That property is controlled by the heirs of Henry Baum, a retired San Francisco real estate agent who died in 2008.Lawlor said it could make sense to acquire the Taco Bell property along with a small parking lot adjacent to Taco Bell and owned by the city."We've had discussions with city staff," he said."
NO. Keep yer grubby gaddam hands off Taco Bell, one of the last remaining and allowed drive thrus' in Serf schiitty. Taco Bell and Bonesio's make good hard money until 4 am and all the retail fluff in the "Haber building" is nik nak stores closed by 6pm. One wonder if the owners of such business only use them as tax write offs to WASH NARCOTIC MONEY IN REAL ESTATE!!!!!
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