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Brenda McCoy Bradsher explains what it is like to live a block away from 20 acres of vacant property covered with scrub grass and scattered with crumbling steps and frayed foundations. The former Fayetteville Street public housing complex has sat empty for nearly 12 years awaiting a failed Durham Housing Authority development plan and then the construction of affordable and student housing by a private company. Video by Virginia Bridges, Photo by Mark Schultz vbridges@newsobserver.com
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Durham Housing Authority moving forward to repurchase Fayette Place property

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