Updated July 28 at 11:29pm

Arcade coming back to life

Thanks to an estimated $2 million in state historic-preservation tax credits, the Arcade is being repurposed for a retail-residential use. Frank Angevine of Built Inc. cuts plastic sheeting in the 19th-century landmark, but the lack of action by the General Assembly in renewing the tax-credit program makes it unlikely that more projects will be undertaken soon. See Page 12 for more.

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Arcade coming back to life

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Thanks to an estimated $2 million in state historic-preservation tax credits, the Arcade is being repurposed for a retail-residential use. Frank Angevine of Built Inc. cuts plastic sheeting in the 19th-century landmark, but the lack of action by the General Assembly in renewing the tax-credit program makes it unlikely that more projects will be undertaken soon.

See Page 12 for more.

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