Cleaning Up Saint Paul, One Site at a Time
A blighted area at the corner of Robert and Cesar Chavez Streets, one of the busiest intersections on
The old three-story Commercial Club building, which has been a ballroom, a bowling alley, even an Elks Club in its history, has sat vacant for more than a decade. In a serious state of disrepair, it is believed the structure is beyond repair. Fixing the corner could really reenergize the neighborhood and pay homage to the neighborhood's Middle Eastern tradition.
Plans call for the building to be razed and a one-story, 10,000-square-foot building and 50 space parking lot to be put in its place.
There have been many ideas batted around to fix up the site over the years. None have worked out for one reason or another. This time, REDA has joined with Wellington Management, a longtime
Construction on the Saint Paul real estate could begin after winter. However, Holy Land has just gone through a recent expansion in northeast
The final decision about whether or not Holy Land Middle Eastern Restaurant and Deli has not been made.
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