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Erika Espinosa and her mother Fidelia Cruz operate Virgencita Plis, a small shop defined by several display counters and racks filled with artwork and items imported from Mexico. The store is one of several dozen located at Azteca Mall in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood, a humble collection of shops spread across two floors of a formerly vacant building. Mall owner Rigoberto Gonzalez is converting his 9 acre lot into a collection of small indoor stores made affordable for local entrepreneurs to operate their own businesses.

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Erika Espinosa and her mother Fidelia Cruz operate Virgencita Plis, a small shop defined by several display counters and racks filled with artwork and items imported from Mexico. The store is one of several dozen located at Azteca Mall in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood, a humble collection of shops spread across two floors of a formerly vacant building. Mall owner Rigoberto Gonzalez is converting his 9 acre lot into a collection of small indoor stores made affordable for local entrepreneurs to operate their own businesses.