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August 18, 2014 10:09 AM

Charlotte uptown boosters announce in-depth study to revitalize North Tryon

An effort to revitalize North Tryon Street, backed by some of the city’s most powerful institutions, moved forward Monday with the hiring of a California-based urban planning firm to lead a $415,000 study of the corridor.

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