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Levis Commons prospered despite Great Recession
On a sunny October morning in 2004, local developer Larry Dillin finally achieved his biggest dream — the opening of Levis Commons, a 400-acre mixed-use development off of State Rt. 25 in Perrysburg. But exactly 10 years later, through recession and legal glitches, the $250 million J. Preston Levis Commons thrives as a gathering spot for retailers, office workers, and home dwellers.
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