“We’ve been in this location 15 years and helped this neighborhood grow. With any luck we will find another location and help that neighborhood, that corner, that location grow and thrive,” Rafshoon added.
That’s the reassuring thing about this. Hopefully Outwrite can make the successful move to a new space and revitalize another little corner all over again. It’s not like they haven’t moved before. 10th and Piedmont won’t be the same, but then again that’s what cities do: change.