Magic City Marketplace: A Long Time Coming

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Much has been written about the investment and nightlife along Second Avenue North in Birmingham as a sign of the city center’s rising fortune. But the area’s comeback isn’t just a post-recession story. And it’s one economic development leaders hope isn’t done. We talk about that in this week’s Magic City Marketplace. Photo by Internet Archive Book Images

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