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September 12, 2007

Albany-- Despite a sluggish housing market, retail centers continue to boom in the Albany area. Ledo crossing is one such development that is a 27 condominium professional and retail community consisting of established salons, spas, gift shops, medical offices, realtors and other small businesses that developers say are finding space quickly.

"it has filled up quick we have about seventy-five percent that is spoken for, we have new businesses coming in about eighty percent of the businesses are new to dougherty county and a few others that are relocating. These businesses like the ownership option that we are offering" said developer Daniel Vancleave. 

With multiple developments under construction and new retail outlets and restaurants already announced, developments like Ledo Crossing say their location will prove to be a strong one for years to come.

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