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Fast-casual Indian on W. Liberty
The mall's owner plans to replace its vacant Sears store with office and residential space.
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Working from home and record-low interest rates fuel a boom.
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"Americans are playing more games than ever, thanks to Covid," says Michael Steer.
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A family business holds on
But The Boro is on deck.
D&D expands and Wheels in Motion gets a second spot.
Local tree farms see sales soar
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The bike shop expands into a historic building on Broadway.
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Downtown restaurants roll out "chalets."
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"The opportunity went away," says Ann Arbor police chief Mike Cox.
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