Sure the neighborhoods are gentrifying around it, but not that quickly that people want to eat right across the street from a big smelly pork plant unless they are in the somewhat captive audience of plant workers.
So the latest business owner has seemingly not learned from either past business (or the decades of history on the location) and converted it to a Tiki Bar. That seems almost emblematically white collar frivolous to me.
i wonder if rent/lease prices are contributing to dumb pricing decisions like that. i would imagine that commercial property is probably experiencing the same not-based-on-reality insanity that residential property is experiencing. maybe even more since the corporate overlords see these properties as even more of an investment than residential ones.
gotta keep green line going up man. corporate proffits go brrr.
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