Real estate developer MAC Properties, which renovated 30 properties along Armour stretching east from Main Street, purchased a vacant 16,000-square-foot building on the southwest corner of Troost and Armour in 2010. MAC Properties has been unable to find a tenant because of the distressed nature of the intersection and wants to rehabilitate all four corners of Armour Boulevard and Troost Avenue.
Real estate developer MAC Properties, which renovated 30 properties along Armour stretching east from Main Street, purchased a vacant 16,000-square-foot building on the southwest corner of Troost and Armour in 2010. MAC Properties has been unable to find a tenant because of the distressed nature of the intersection and wants to rehabilitate all four corners of Armour Boulevard and Troost Avenue. File photo
Real estate developer MAC Properties, which renovated 30 properties along Armour stretching east from Main Street, purchased a vacant 16,000-square-foot building on the southwest corner of Troost and Armour in 2010. MAC Properties has been unable to find a tenant because of the distressed nature of the intersection and wants to rehabilitate all four corners of Armour Boulevard and Troost Avenue. File photo

Armour and Troost redevelopment plan moves forward

December 17, 2015 05:12 PM

UPDATED December 17, 2015 07:05 PM

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