The approval will allow John McWilliams to move forward with the $66 million development in the heart of downtown. It will revitalize two empty, deteriorating buildings – the pink marble Exchange Place and the white brick Bitting Building on the northeast and northwest corners of Douglas and Market.
The approval will allow John McWilliams to move forward with the $66 million development in the heart of downtown. It will revitalize two empty, deteriorating buildings – the pink marble Exchange Place and the white brick Bitting Building on the northeast and northwest corners of Douglas and Market. Mike Hutmacher File photo
The approval will allow John McWilliams to move forward with the $66 million development in the heart of downtown. It will revitalize two empty, deteriorating buildings – the pink marble Exchange Place and the white brick Bitting Building on the northeast and northwest corners of Douglas and Market. Mike Hutmacher File photo
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