According to Michael Klein... "Starr's Broad Street Diner deal, mired in environmental issues, seems to be dead."
Can this place be redeemed? What are these environmental issues anyway? It's a good location, comes with parking, has a community that cares about the neighborhood....
Could Mark Bee of Silk City swoop in and save the day? Should the place be razed completely and built up as something else entirely? And if so, what?