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The future of the vacant downtown Lancaster lot that was home of the Belk store for many years remains up in the air.
One potential buyer approached the city of Lancaster to buy the lot, but the deal didn't pan out, Mayor Joe Shaw said.
The city spent about $400,000 to demolish the building after it was deemed a public hazard by an engineering firm last year. The city then took ownership of the lot.
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