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Gibson Residences, 21 stories, 380 units, 30,700 sq. ft. retail/478 capacity garage at 1117 Church St., $200 million


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3 hours ago, MontanaGuy said:

CandyAisles said:  

Guitar. That is all.

I wonder what they're going to do with that guitar.  You would think it would have some little bit of historical significance, maybe not a lot but it's been a longtime landmark!


It would be nice if they somehow integrated it into the development. 

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