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  • USC buys up property because it "doesn't want to compete with private sector"

    Sandy's Famous Hot Dogs on South Main Street will close after University of South Carolina Development Foundation purchased the property. The University blocked a high-rise development project on the same block because they said it would throw shade over the Horseshoe. They have now bought the property to control its fate.

USC buys up property because it "doesn't want to compete with private sector"

Sandy's Famous Hot Dogs on South Main Street will close after University of South Carolina Development Foundation purchased the property. The University blocked a high-rise development project on the same block because they said it would throw shade over the Horseshoe. They have now bought the property to control its fate.
Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com