Why go to Franklin Street? Chapel Hill talks downtown’s future

A chef, a hotelier, an arts director and a real-estate executive got together to talk about what makes a downtown great and how Franklin Street could change to remain vibrant. Chapel Hill has “been running in the wrong direction for 20 years on what we’re going to do to make this town thrive and survive,” said Andrea Reusing, owner of Lantern restaurant. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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