Amid Eviction Protests, a Larger Question Looms for the Central District: What's Happening to MidTown Center?

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by Ana Sofia Knauf MidTown Center sits at the intersection of 23rd Avenue and Union Street. Kelly O Last week's protests over an eviction in the Central District continued on Saturday, with demonstrators marching to the Madrona home of a CD landowner and a minor scuffle breaking out at Uncle Ike's. While the particulars of last week's eviction are as complex as the characters involved, there's a simple question underlying much of the current acrimony: What's going to happen to MidTown Center, the large CD property at the southeast corner of 23rd and Union? The land MidTown Center stands on was...

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