say they need help from the government to try to attract more residents to the downtown area.
They say that in order to make the area more attractive as a place to live it needs parks, and the kind of shops and facilities necessary for daily life.
Speaking at the Real Estate Forum Thursday, Michael Smith, senior vice-president for multi-family at WAM Development Group, said in the arena area where his firm is building: “There’s a lack of grocery [stores], banks are a little far-spread, and there’s not a lot of dry cleaners or pharmacies.”
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