“Small Footprints, Big Impact: How to Make a Million Dollars Stretch across Center City”


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Josh Levine, a lifestyle business owner and downtown San Antonio resident, writes about how small grocery stores incorporated into the fabric of San Antonio’s downtown will be what encourages growth and brings the best quality of life to all residents, regardless of income. He advocates for providing accessible, affordable, and healthy food options to the long-time San Antonio downtown residents directly in their neighborhoods. He points to the Southtown Community Garden as a great example of this type of hub.


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