Realtor Jack Levine is one of about four investors. He said lawyers are poring over legal documents this week to form a corporation, and the group hopes to start buying property soon. He would not specify where they are looking.
“I think it needs to be walkable but further from the Arts District or Fremont Street,” said Levine, who has lived downtown since 1985. “Walkability is a big part of it.”
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