Property at 1715 14th Street West has long sat vacant and has become a hub of homeless activity, but the site may be developed into a senior living facility after an Ohio developer qualified for tax credits earlier this year. Bradenton Herald file photo
Property at 1715 14th Street West has long sat vacant and has become a hub of homeless activity, but the site may be developed into a senior living facility after an Ohio developer qualified for tax credits earlier this year. Bradenton Herald file photo Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com
Property at 1715 14th Street West has long sat vacant and has become a hub of homeless activity, but the site may be developed into a senior living facility after an Ohio developer qualified for tax credits earlier this year. Bradenton Herald file photo Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com

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