With development booming on Rainey Street downtown, a city official is suggesting a plan to retain some of the area’s history.
Rainey has transformed from apredominantly Hispanic, working-class neighborhood with small, century-old homes into an entertainment district with bars, restaurants and residential towers since new zoning rules took effect there in 2005.Several more high-rises are planned on and near the street.
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