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  • New live-work housing opens south of Fresno's Tower District

    An affordable housing project with art-deco flair on Fulton Street, south of the Tower District, is almost ready to open. Now called 541 at South Tower, the rectangular 31-unit complex with curved ornamental elements and geometric designs, just north of Belmont Avenue, turned a couple blighted lots into vibrant new homes.

An affordable housing project with art-deco flair on Fulton Street, south of the Tower District, is almost ready to open. Now called 541 at South Tower, the rectangular 31-unit complex with curved ornamental elements and geometric designs, just north of Belmont Avenue, turned a couple blighted lots into vibrant new homes. blee@fresnobee.com BoNhia Lee
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About BoNhia Lee

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BoNhia Lee is a business reporter who has covered the ups and downs of the residential and commercial real estate market for The Bee since 2009. Contact her at blee@
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or 559-441-6495.