Developer Randy Ligon, left, talks with land owner Robert Beaty about a future shopping center on Celanese Road last month.
Developer Randy Ligon, left, talks with land owner Robert Beaty about a future shopping center on Celanese Road last month.
Developer Randy Ligon, left, talks with land owner Robert Beaty about a future shopping center on Celanese Road last month.

Retail surge changes landscape of bustling Celanese Road area

July 12, 2007 01:08 AM

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