Facelift coming for East Second Avenue

Facelift coming for East Second Avenue

Bank’s search for a new home starts the shuffle
Kent Curtis, president of 1st Southwest Bank, describes the bank’s plans to move across the street into a new building at College Drive and East Second Avenue. The lot also will house a new structure for 2nd Avenue Sports and three residential units.
An architectural rendering of 2nd Avenue Sports’ new building to be located at College Drive and East Second Avenue. 1st Southwest Bank bought the lot and, in addition to this building, plans to build a new home for itself.
Kay Landa of Navajo Dam, N.M., browses at Durango Antique Market’s new downtown location at 780 Main Avenue, Suite A, next to Seasons Rotisserie & Grill. Market owner Nikki Morrissey made the move in early December from its former location next to 2nd Avenue Sports.

Facelift coming for East Second Avenue

Kent Curtis, president of 1st Southwest Bank, describes the bank’s plans to move across the street into a new building at College Drive and East Second Avenue. The lot also will house a new structure for 2nd Avenue Sports and three residential units.
An architectural rendering of 2nd Avenue Sports’ new building to be located at College Drive and East Second Avenue. 1st Southwest Bank bought the lot and, in addition to this building, plans to build a new home for itself.
Kay Landa of Navajo Dam, N.M., browses at Durango Antique Market’s new downtown location at 780 Main Avenue, Suite A, next to Seasons Rotisserie & Grill. Market owner Nikki Morrissey made the move in early December from its former location next to 2nd Avenue Sports.
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