They weren’t about to wait for junk cars, old mattresses and weeds to rim their parking lots — or for seedy criminal elements, attracted by rundown conditions, to set up shop in vulnerable lower-rent apartments. Even during a tough economy, with 10 percent-plus vacancy rates and rents approaching 2001 levels in some cases, area landlords […]
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