Top Business and Real Estate Stories in 2012

From Stashs' closing to Michael Jordan's home going up for sale, check out what Highland Park stories were most read this year.

It's been a busy year for businesses in Highland Park. Restaurants opened and closed (some did both).

Today, Patch begins its year in review with the top 10 business and real estate stories of the year. Feel free to comment on which ones were important to you in the comments section, or suggest what you'd like to see covered more in 2013.

  1. Stashs closes after 44 years in Highland Park
  2. Michael Jordan's Home for Sale
  3. Moderno to Reopen as More Casual Restaurant
  4. What Should Replace Central Avenue Corner Bakery?
  5. Will Michael Jordan's Home Ever Sell?
  6. Is Highland Park Ready for Moderno?
  7. Who's Hungry for Real Urban Barbecue's Seven Pound Sandwich?
  8. Can Highland Park Handle All These New Eats?

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Stuart Senescu December 27, 2012 at 04:43 PM
I can't believe the fiasco with the Highland Park movie theater didn't make it. It may not have started in 2012 but it sure is continuing. You've got the right headline from the Stashs' story, just modify it "HP Movie Theater Sudden Closing cost Taxpayers $__ hundreds of thousands.
AK December 28, 2012 at 03:06 PM
#7 should be rated in the top 10 by stupidity. Author published "the fresh" story about how M closed last week, but it was already closed for over a month before the article. What a bummer. Author should do some investigative journalism by counting traffic across the street at Anthropology store. Perhaps, he would get something before rather than after :)


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