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Developer's plan for Lockheed site gets mixed reaction in Eagan

The plan calls for about a half-million square feet of "pedestrian-friendly" retail, and would include large and small stores, and possibly a bank. Some city residents voiced concerns about parking. Others wondered who the tenants might be.
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The plan calls for about a half-million square feet of "pedestrian-friendly" retail, and would include large and small stores, and possibly a bank. Some city residents voiced concerns about parking. Others wondered who the tenants might be.

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