New construction continues in the Northwest Quadrant, such as this house on New Castle Street next to a structure that has sign declaring “No trespassing.” Residents and committee members are concerned that redevelopment of the quadrant may force many locals with limited resources out of the neighborhood.
New construction continues in the Northwest Quadrant, such as this house on New Castle Street next to a structure that has sign declaring “No trespassing.” Residents and committee members are concerned that redevelopment of the quadrant may force many locals with limited resources out of the neighborhood.
New construction continues in the Northwest Quadrant, such as this house on New Castle Street next to a structure that has sign declaring “No trespassing.” Residents and committee members are concerned that redevelopment of the quadrant may force many locals with limited resources out of the neighborhood.

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