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Re: “Final Sweat

Yeah, it was a typo. "Sold" is correct.

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Posted by tazag on 09/24/2016 at 6:22 PM

Re: “Final Sweat

A typo? Perhaps "sold"?

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Posted by ronko on 09/22/2016 at 1:51 PM

Re: “Final Sweat

"This is not a normal Sunday for this group friends, since the property's been old—today is their last sweat on Sunday, Sept. 4."

So how old is the property?

The date of this piece is September 22. Are these guys time travelers?

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Posted by Copywriter on 09/22/2016 at 8:57 AM

Re: “Local Transition

There's really nothing on 4th worth visiting twice. No stellar eateries, that's for sure. Look. Tucson, as a whole, is sort of a dump.

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Posted by ChipAwayTucson on 09/18/2016 at 10:47 AM

Re: “Local Transition

One of the oldest establishments on 4th Ave is Delectables Restaurant. How come there was no mention of it in this article?

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Posted by Laut on 09/14/2016 at 2:22 PM

Re: “Local Transition

What is the attraction 4th Ave. has long been know for the counterculture late night college bar crowd. Eclectic food and secondhand new age clothing and natural food co-op. Bad parking scary at night, and being so close to all of the undergrad student charades riots. Yea it not on my place to go my wife loves Caruso's only during street fair though. I drove a cab for a short while during the mids 80's you would not believe what went on after hours @ IBT's. Sorry I dont see the attraction

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Posted by Cabby on 09/12/2016 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Local Transition

"rising tide lifts all boats"

more like

Abandon Ship (1957)

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Posted by Hank on 09/08/2016 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Local Transition

Fourth Avenue has t oget away from calling itself part of Downtown. It's not!It's4th Avenue, a place with a unique vibe and purpose. Say it loud, Say it proud We are Fouth Avenue!

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Posted by Rita Connelly on 09/08/2016 at 12:57 PM

Re: “Local Transition

It would be interesting to see if these vacant merchant spots are more of a reality or perception situation. Are there any historic records to look at to actually research vacancy rates over time rather than rely on the perceptions of a few business owners? FAMA must have some data to actually go through and report on.

AND you can't just look at vacancy rates, you also have to look at price per sq ft and what people are trying to get for these spaces. It is not a one sided story. If landlords are trying to capitalize off of all the development by increasing their rents, it is only natural that some businesses will not be able to compete and will have to either move or go out of business.

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Posted by HumanBean on 09/08/2016 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Local Transition

This seems a little misleading when, as someone who has walked up and down this street calling every single open spot and gettting only one call back, after reaching out repeatedly. There would not be so many open spaces if people would call back interested business owners.

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Posted by Leanne C. Miller on 09/08/2016 at 9:50 AM

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