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Rebirth Coming for Longstanding Inman Park Eyesore?

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An old building that's been moldering for years on a high-visibility corner of Inman Park could soon be home to a procedure called "uptown grooming." A boutique pet-pampering emporium called The Clean Dog is renovating a century-old, double-bay building at 715 Edgewood Ave., a Krog-rific location between the Krog Street Tunnel, Krog Street Market and kitty-corner from the under-construction Alexan on Krog apartments.

According to RealtyTrac, the building dates to 1910, has 3,800 square feet and was last purchased back in 2004 for $300,000. The Clean Dog (which also washes cats, apparently) operates a Midtown location on Ralph McGill Boulevard and is a destination for "chic pet fashion," "holistic pet foods," self-service washtubs and something called "uptown grooming." If memory serves, The Clean Dog once had a store just down the street. No word on when the business will open (their signage has been tacked to the new location for at least several months) or if the graffiti will somehow be incorporated into the new concept.