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New Developments Prove Raymond/University is the Place to Be!

It's pretty exciting when you see all the new developments pinned to this map!   We are pleased that the two new housing developments and two office buildings will bring many new jobs and residents to our neighborhood.   

Sunrise Banks will build a beautiful office building, I'm sure.   Their bank on Como Avenue is very pretty and sustainable development too.   With their building and our development at 661 LaSalle, there will be over 150 new workers in the neighborhood every day.   

The new new apartments on University will bring hundreds of residents to the area as well.  

We need the mix of both to support our restaurants and shops in the 
Raymond/University area.
Welcome to the Creative Enterprise Zone!   We Make it Here!   
And people want to be here.


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