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Saucito Land Company Completes Earthquake Retrofit Work in Downtown Monterey

Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014
MONTEREY, CA. – Saucito Land Company completed the earthquake retrofit work being done inside the building located on the corner of Washington and Pearl Streets in downtown Monterey.  The four businesses that occupy the building were temporarily relocated and have started moving back into the building. Bay Bikes at 486 Washington Street reopened on April 1st and East Village Coffee House at 498 Washington Street reopened on April 2nd. Creative Images Photography at 241 Pearl Street and Carpe Diem Fine Books at 247 Pearl Street will move back into the building later this ...

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