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Prime Corner of Little Italy Available for New Hospitality Project

What's the neighborhood missing?

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As Little Italy's streets fill with exciting new food and drink projects, Eater has word of a yet-unclaimed spot that's recently become available just a block from India Street at the corner of Cedar and Columbia.

Creative House president Douglas Hamm and Brendan Foote, principal of Fabric Investments, have teamed up to purchase a 750-square-foot building at 444 W. Cedar Street which for years housed a local union.

The partners are looking to lease the space to a retail tenant, anything from coffee to ice cream to a small eatery, and tell Eater that there's opportunity for the structure to be expanded; the 2,500-square-foot lot also has room for a large patio.

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