Corydon calling

The Corydon strip doesn’t need help … Right? This building hasn’t had a good tenant since I first lived behind it in 2005 — and likely much longer. Missing teeth on a streetscape is unavoidable, but why can’t this piece of land make it work? Is the rent too high, is the building in poor repair, or is the location worse than it seems? It’s up for sale this time — often it’s just posted for lease — so hopefully potential new owners will have a game plan. Any day now the sidewalk in front of them will be thronged with business, so why not capture some of it?

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