Judith Craycraft of Backstage Vintage Apparel on Central Avenue in Charlotte shows off a personal vintage dress from her prom. She is moving her store to Monroe because of apartment development plans.
Judith Craycraft of Backstage Vintage Apparel on Central Avenue in Charlotte shows off a personal vintage dress from her prom. She is moving her store to Monroe because of apartment development plans. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Judith Craycraft of Backstage Vintage Apparel on Central Avenue in Charlotte shows off a personal vintage dress from her prom. She is moving her store to Monroe because of apartment development plans. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

As apartments move in, some locally owned businesses are pushed out

April 26, 2015 02:00 AM

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