Boosting property values on light rai...

Boosting property values on light rail lines

There are 1 comment on the Finance and Commerce story from Aug 21, 2014, titled Boosting property values on light rail lines. In it, Finance and Commerce reports that:

When the Exeter Group purchased the Chittenden & Eastman Building for $1.65 million in October 2010, the former furniture warehouse might not have been considered a "hot" property.

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cowboy chris

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Aug 22, 2014
Property values along the Hiawatha Line have not increased and the newest development, a huge apartment building at 38th street, is the ugliest thing you have ever seen. The LRT stops are crime magnets.

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