Students to host ‘Loft Hop’ in downtown Fresno

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Students to host ‘Loft Hop’ in downtown Fresno

Fresno State Urban Entrepreneurship students will host “Loft Hop,” an open house featuring urban lofts and apartments in downtown Fresno from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 5. The goal of the event is to raise awareness of the downtown living options. The Urban Entrepreneurship class is taught by Craig Scharton, interim president of the Downtown Fresno Partnership and owner of Peeve’s Public House and Local Market. He said the open house will give students real experience in planning and executing an event. The event is free and open to the public. Loft Hop will begin at Fulton Village (1759 Fulton St.) and will also include Crichton Place, Bungalow Court and Mayflower Lofts. For more information, visit the Loft Hop Facebook page or follow on Twitter. Info: Sarina Hernandez at sarinamh@mail.fresnostate.edu.

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