Downtown El Paso Changing

Dated: 03/28/2013

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El Paso is currently going a revitaliztion boom that has many residents and downtown businesses very excited and anxious. Many buildings are being renovated while some are just being demolished to make room for more improvements. The triple a ballpark is now soon on it's way as the El Paso City Hall is scheduled to be demolished in a little over two weeks to make way for the construction of the venue. Living in El Paso is about to get better Read the article below: Contact me for your dream home in the new El PAso 

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