A group of Memphis developers recently played a key role in saving a historic diner in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Four years ago, the Valenti Management Group purchased the property to build a Wendys and donated the 1954 diner to the American Diner Museum. They allowed the neglected eatery to remain on the site during construction of the fast-food restaurant. Just long enough for diner buff Ronald Fezz Linden to learn about the former Community Diner, purchase it, move it to a new location, and restore it. Oh, and to rename it Fezzs Diner.
Its a complicated story with a happy ending. Read more about it here: