The district is many stories, some conflicting. It’s the story of what a small group of determined and organized creatives can do to create a home in a neglected neighborhood. It’s the story of how an image – an idea — sometimes promises more than the reality. It’s a story about how transforming blight is complicated and messy. It’s the inevitable story of people cashing in. And it’s the story of a city that has been happy to market a fledgling arts district, especially to Millennials, but has been unwilling to offer incentives or major investment.