I thought we had a housing crisis in this city but apparently not. This
was originally row houses that later on a couple of those row houses was
turned into a church and now this is what it is. Meanwhile, on francis
Lewis Blvd by the hmart only a few blocks away, there Is office space
for rent and right up the block from this is a couple of more office
spaces that are vacant. One of these offices actually just moved from up
the block to over here leaving their old office space vacant. Also,
there is more office spaces/small bank going on up the block and across
the street from this as well. Why does the government say we are in a
crisis then knocks down houses that can be used? Who approves this to go
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