The speculative rendering at left shows an architect's conception of the kind of infill buildings and streetscape improvements that could be done along Short Street in gaps where buildings were torn down several decades ago. The photo above on Short Street shows a big gap where a building once stood.
The speculative rendering at left shows an architect's conception of the kind of infill buildings and streetscape improvements that could be done along Short Street in gaps where buildings were torn down several decades ago. The photo above on Short Street shows a big gap where a building once stood. Herald-Leader
The speculative rendering at left shows an architect's conception of the kind of infill buildings and streetscape improvements that could be done along Short Street in gaps where buildings were torn down several decades ago. The photo above on Short Street shows a big gap where a building once stood. Herald-Leader

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