We previously reported that the City of Azusa utilized the power of eminent domain to redevelop the area formerly known as "Corky's Corner," which required the acquisition of long-time (39 years) tenant The Furniture Station. After the owner lost a right to take challenge, he settled with the City on the value of the property. At the time, the City noted it planned to immediately begin redevelopment efforts, but it could not say who would ultimately end up in the new space. Well, that new tenant has officially been announced.
According to a Pasadena Star-News article by Daniel ...
Roy Fowler's Furniture Station has been a well-known staple within the City of Azusa. The 39-year-old store has witnessed much change in the area known as Corky's Corner. However, the store is now officially shutting down after the City of Azusa acquired the property through eminent domain.
According to an article in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, "Long-time Azusa furniture store to close after losing battle against city, eminent domain," the Furniture Station finally reached a settlement with the City after a contentious eminent domain battle. The City sought to ...
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