The homeless ask for so little. They just want a place to exist that is within walking distance of services and food where the police won't chase them away. Every American deserves the right to exist. Laws targeting the homeless are anti-existence.— Sage Lewis (@sagerock) November 19, 2017
The building now bustles with homeless people in the heart of a neighborhood poised for development. After decades of decline, private and public investment are gelling at the nexus of Arlington, Market and Exchange streets with road projects, new shopping centers, housing developments, a neighborhood development corporation and, soon, a new fire station.
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