A rendering of the Cordoba building on 800 Taylor Street, which LRC Properties intends to redevelop into an office building with an attached music venue as part of its ownership of the Golden Belt campus. The Cordoba building is pictured here with the rest of the Golden Belt campus to the north of the rendering.
A rendering of the Cordoba building on 800 Taylor Street, which LRC Properties intends to redevelop into an office building with an attached music venue as part of its ownership of the Golden Belt campus. The Cordoba building is pictured here with the rest of the Golden Belt campus to the north of the rendering. Courtesy of NAI Coralantic
A rendering of the Cordoba building on 800 Taylor Street, which LRC Properties intends to redevelop into an office building with an attached music venue as part of its ownership of the Golden Belt campus. The Cordoba building is pictured here with the rest of the Golden Belt campus to the north of the rendering. Courtesy of NAI Coralantic

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