Lower Greenville's Still Trying to Fill in the Giant Blank Space Left by Walmart

Saw Mitchell Rasansky on Monday, and I had just one question for the former Dallas City Council member: What's happening with his giant empty building on Lower Greenville? You know the one -- the 35,000-square-foot blank space with the Frisco-flavored parking lot at the intersection of Greenville and Belmont avenues. The one that's been empty for more than two years, after it sat vacant for three years between Whole Foods' move to Lakewood and Walmart's contentious re-do, short-lived move-in and eventual see-ya-suckers.Right. That one.Rasansky, collector of Dallas properties and classic sports cars, shrugged and said he had absolutely no idea what's happening with that property. He collects a paycheck from it, but the building's future is not his problem. And it won't be for another, oh ... 14 years.  Continue reading...

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