Downtown eyesore may soon be developed, but pollution a challenge

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A 1.52-acre site at 901 N. Main Street that has for more than a decade been a crumbling, dilapidated parking structure only useful to downtown vagrants has cleared a hurdle to being redeveloped. Tampa-based Southport Development Inc. is looking to turn the property into as many as 152 units of multifamily housing. Tuesday night, the City Council voted 18-1 to change the site's zoning to allow for the residential use at the site of the former Park View Inn, which has been vacant since 2003. However,...

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