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Last updated on Thursday, September 11, 2014, 3:02 pm

Dickson Deal

Did you know Jimmy and Molly Rapert, longtime owners of the building that houses the popular Fayetteville nightclub Dickson Street Theater, recently sold the venue? Ross Cully and partner Greg Billingsley, through CB Real Estate Holdings LLC, purchased the building, located at 227 W. Dickson St., for $630,000, according to a property deed dated Sept. 5. T.J. Lefler represented the buyer and Brian Shaw brokered the deal for the seller. Both are with Sage Partners of Fayetteville. However, right now, the new owners are staying mum about their plans. “While we aren’t yet ready to go public with our plans, we are working on an innovative concept unique to this region and will be excited to announce the details later this year,” Cully said in an emailed statement. “We are... [ MORE ]

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