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February 10, 2014 2:06 PM

What should replace midtown’s TreyBCakes?

Getting the right mix of businesses is crucial in an urban area, especially such a high profile and bustling stretch like the 1800 block of L Street (between 19th and 18th). There’s plenty of stake and the neighborhood’s identity can shift with each new entry into the retail and/or hospitality industry equation.

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