Amanda Almazan, 26, opened Lucky Pie Gallery at 145 W. Chatham St. with her twin sister, Ashley Faries, two years ago. Cary has seen a wave of young business owners downtown, just as town leaders make a push to breathe new life into the area.
Amanda Almazan, 26, opened Lucky Pie Gallery at 145 W. Chatham St. with her twin sister, Ashley Faries, two years ago. Cary has seen a wave of young business owners downtown, just as town leaders make a push to breathe new life into the area. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Amanda Almazan, 26, opened Lucky Pie Gallery at 145 W. Chatham St. with her twin sister, Ashley Faries, two years ago. Cary has seen a wave of young business owners downtown, just as town leaders make a push to breathe new life into the area. aspecht@newsobserver.com

Downtown Cary sees wave of young business owners

September 02, 2014 12:02 PM

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