Aerial view of new professional office space on Midland Avenue proposed by CRM Development. The development would use the existing four-story Herald-Leader building.
Aerial view of new professional office space on Midland Avenue proposed by CRM Development. The development would use the existing four-story Herald-Leader building. EOP Architects
Aerial view of new professional office space on Midland Avenue proposed by CRM Development. The development would use the existing four-story Herald-Leader building. EOP Architects

Herald-Leader signs contract to sell downtown building

October 04, 2017 04:08 PM

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