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|'Synergy' building in parish|
Two areas of the twin cities have developed what is called in the real estate world, "synergy" which means where real estate development is concentrated.
Thomas Road / Constitution Drive in West Monroe and Pecanland Mall Area in Monroe have the "synergy" required for new commercial development. The signs are evidence of a new development explosion once the economic recovery is in full swing.
The Thomas Road / Constitution Drive corridor has been the "synergy" of West Monroe development for many years beginning with the construction of Glenwood Hospital and the Glenwood Mall. This was followed by the expansion of commercial development south of I-20 including the former Howard Brothers Store(now the Basic Plaza) followed by the K-Mart Store and soon thereafter what became known as "restaurant row" and the opening of several national restaurants followed by other local restaurants. Now both sides of I-20 have developed including the popular Tinseltown Theatre.
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Bill Roark is a Commercial Associate Broker at Keller Williams Realty and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.