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Fred Leeson

Those of us in the preservation community are well-aware of the value of older buildings as business incubators. Adaptive re-use is vital to preservation and preservation is vital to the economy. The same phenomenon is apparent in the retail world in any number of thriving neighborhood commercial districts. There are far fewer local businesses in the big shopping malls and downtown centers because the rents are too high for small businesses.

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