Call it natural progression. When a city grows in one direction and newer housing takes root, businesses soon follow. Older neighborhoods often see the departure of businesses that seek greener pastures and higher-income residential areas. It’s a city’s version of Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory often referred to as survival of the fittest. It’s also part […]

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