Rob Williams and Megan Bradley drink wine and listen to music on the porch of their Hue downtown apartment in 2012. With more apartment buildings under construction, downtown boosters expect the population of younger adults will grow.
Rob Williams and Megan Bradley drink wine and listen to music on the porch of their Hue downtown apartment in 2012. With more apartment buildings under construction, downtown boosters expect the population of younger adults will grow. tlong@newsobserver.com
Rob Williams and Megan Bradley drink wine and listen to music on the porch of their Hue downtown apartment in 2012. With more apartment buildings under construction, downtown boosters expect the population of younger adults will grow. tlong@newsobserver.com

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