Along the Green Line, lives and businesses changed for good and bad


Ia Lee owns a tailoring and suit shop.
1 Ia Lee owns a tailoring and suit shop. 
New Fashion located near the Dale St. stop.
2 New Fashion located near the Dale St. stop. 
Lee worries about keeping her business afloat.
3 Lee worries about keeping her business afloat. 
The sewing machines sat in silence.
4 The sewing machines sat in silence. 
Lee's store sells Hmong clothing
5 Lee's store sells Hmong clothing 
Ia Lee will soon close her shop
6 Ia Lee will soon close her shop 
Phan is moving out because of a $100 rise in rent.
7 Phan is moving out because of a $100 rise in rent. 
Phan chose not to leave the central corridor.
8 Phan chose not to leave the central corridor. 
Changing demographics along Green Line
9 Changing demographics along Green Line 
A Green Line train passes Phan's new apartment.
10 A Green Line train passes Phan's new apartment. 
Phan is downsizing from a 3-bedroom apartment.
11 Phan is downsizing from a 3-bedroom apartment. 
Phan's new apartment
12 Phan's new apartment 
Phyliis and Leo Gilliam own Sunday's Best
13 Phyliis and Leo Gilliam own Sunday's Best 
The Green Line plays a big role in their success
14 The Green Line plays a big role in their success 
Phyllis Gilliam models her favorite hat
15 Phyllis Gilliam models her favorite hat 
Daily Diner is also in the Frogtown Square
16 Daily Diner is also in the Frogtown Square 
The Daily Diner houses Daily Bread
17 The Daily Diner houses Daily Bread 
Dale St. Station
18 Dale St. Station 
The changing face of the central corridor
19 The changing face of the central corridor