Jordan Gustafson chills out in her high-rise condo in the Pacific Southwest Building. The 31-year-old Bitwise employee represents the changing demographics for downtown as Fulton Mall becomes Fulton Street.
Jordan Gustafson chills out in her high-rise condo in the Pacific Southwest Building. The 31-year-old Bitwise employee represents the changing demographics for downtown as Fulton Mall becomes Fulton Street. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Jordan Gustafson chills out in her high-rise condo in the Pacific Southwest Building. The 31-year-old Bitwise employee represents the changing demographics for downtown as Fulton Mall becomes Fulton Street. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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