Business

September 1, 2012 7:11 PM

South Limestone's transition was tough, but business owners say it was worth it

South Limestone has evolved from a strip of college hangouts to a dynamic corridor of bars, restaurants and other locally owned establishments that attract downtown office workers for lunch. Students and young professionals party there after dark.

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