A new apartment building rises behind Packard Place in uptown, built partly on land that once was part of the entreprenuerial hub’s property. The initial 2010 purchase of Packard Place by Dan and Sara Roselli has been an issue in a long-running bankruptcy case.
A new apartment building rises behind Packard Place in uptown, built partly on land that once was part of the entreprenuerial hub’s property. The initial 2010 purchase of Packard Place by Dan and Sara Roselli has been an issue in a long-running bankruptcy case. Mark Hames Mark Hames
A new apartment building rises behind Packard Place in uptown, built partly on land that once was part of the entreprenuerial hub’s property. The initial 2010 purchase of Packard Place by Dan and Sara Roselli has been an issue in a long-running bankruptcy case. Mark Hames Mark Hames

Packard Place at issue in bankruptcy court case

March 11, 2016 10:55 AM

UPDATED March 11, 2016 08:15 PM

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