31 Mar '16, 6pm

Ohio's Longaberger basket building might face foreclosure

Ohio's Longaberger basket building might face foreclosure

sightseeing oddity in Newark, Ohio will soon be vacant and ready for the next company to move in – that is, if anyone is interested. The Longaberger basket company has done their business in the building for nearly 20 years, yet an economy no longer so interested in quality woven receptacles has forced them to relocate to a more modest setting.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/ohios-longaberger-basket-building-mi...

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