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  • What does the future hold for the Mon Desir?

  • A Rogue Valley landmark, Mon Desir Dining Inn sits vacant awaiting its next incarnation as the centerpiece of an outdoor shopping area in an upscale neighborhood.
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  • A Rogue Valley landmark, Mon Desir Dining Inn sits vacant awaiting its next incarnation as the centerpiece of an outdoor shopping area in an upscale neighborhood.
    Plans for Mon Desir Estates were put on the back burner because of a decline in the local real estate market and the priorities of developers Edic Sliva, Jonathan Jensen and Ryan Csaftis.
    The planned 70 units on Hamrick Road also were downscaled to 30 or so units since the trio outlined the project a year ago.
    "So many developers are building condominiums and townhomes," Csaftis said, adding that high-density residential areas have become less desirable.
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