Are There must not any vacant buildings downtown Washington?
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You might also consider downtown Jacksonville. While you might not think of it as an "artsy" town, there is a small historic district near the riverfront. There is a website of the local group (B.O.L.D.) promoting an effort to fill vacant buildings: Vacant Buildings (http://www.boldofjacksonville.com/Vacant_Buildings.html - broken link)
Jacksonville very much needs more interesting businesses.
I do know Jacksonville a little, little larger area... I hadn't thought of it, but will check it out. I do a lot of military sculptures ,could be a good spot. Thanks
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