A much-different-looking downtown’ ahead in Florence

By Mark Cowling | Pinal Central

FLORENCE — When Keith Eaton came to Kingman more than 16 years ago, the downtown area was rundown and there wasn’t much going on.

But working with building owners, the city was able put it on a path to success.

“I’m very proud of what we were able to accomplish,” Eaton said. “Now downtown Kingman is vibrant six nights a week. It’s hard to find parking places.”

Eaton said good things are about to happen to downtown Florence, too. Some buildings have recently sold. The family that now owns the former Florence Market have plans to open an antique store and confectionery this summer. Others may be ready to announce plans in the next month or so.


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