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Duke Street Food Block
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The closing of Breadheads makes no sense. The Frederick Station is literally across the street. When in operation, there is potential for many customers from that station. Once in operation, the ION will bring lots of customers to the food block.
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(11-09-2018, 07:46 AM)kitborn Wrote: The closing of Breadheads makes no sense. The Frederick Station is literally across the street. When in operation, there is potential for many customers from that station. Once in operation, the ION will bring lots of customers to the food block.

I know.  It's easy for me to say, but it seems a little short sighted.  Hang in there (if you can)
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Good opportunity for somebody new and interesting to move in.
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