The Depression-era owned by the Grays at 300 S. Elm St. is located at a critical intersection in downtown Greensboro. (photo by Alex Klein)

300 S. Elm St., which occupies a key corner of downtown Greensboro, has remained mostly vacant for much of the time the Gray family has owned it, but significant investment in the block has ratcheted up the pressure for the owners to renovate or sell, as Senior Editor Jordan Green explains in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


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• Fresh Eyes: Not quite a single mom

• Editor’s Notebook: Whispers from the old neighborhood



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• Fun & Games: Masters of empty halls

• All She Wrote: Blame it on Rio



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• Barstool: Cocktails by the liter

• Music: High Point Museum hosts ‘The Luthier’s Craft’ exhibit

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