Now might be a really good time to have 10 acres of land sitting literally in the shadow of downtown skyscrapers.
And it would be even better if this undeveloped dirt was surrounded by what Forbes magazine dubbed the seventh “hippest” neighborhood in the United States (although one has to wonder if financial periodicals are the proper arbiters of coolness).
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CORRECTION: This story previously said that Oxford Commercial was involved with the Central Market deal. It was not.