For McAllen, Texas, one man's abandoned Walmart is another's public library, the Huffington Post reports. After inheriting the abandoned structure, architecture firm Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle (MS&R) was selected to handle the interior development, with the city mandating it be affordable to construct.  According to PSFK, the library is 124,500 square feet, making it the largest single-story location in the U.S. at a size about equal to 2.5 football fields. (See photos below.) The library's construction could signal a positive change for libraries across the state. In late 2010, a Harris/Reader's Digest Post showed...

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