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#1 Feb 18, 2007
Good to see something going in, but a Goodwill outlet store (that's a Goodwill store that charges by the pound) is hardly a replacement for a Chrysler factory.
A business that sells used boxes is not a replacement for Western Electric.
#2 Feb 18, 2007
I agree very much with the substance of the article and the comments. However, there are still a lot of smaller 8-20,000 SF spaces that seem to lanquish. Two issues impact these sized spaces. Tenant credit experience as many are sought by small start ups and restricitive zoning, particularly in smaller communities that are taking a strong stand against any kind of outdoor storage of material or equipment. I know, I have some of these.
#5 Feb 19, 2007
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