Ahhh....I gotcha. Being one block off Main or right on Main is not a big difference IMO. All of these projects should have retail on the ground floor. Shame to see nobody showed up to complain about 400 Rhett, Stadium Apartments, and Link not having any. I thought one of the city objectives was to have foot traffic start to move off Main. How is that supposed to happen with no retail in these buildings like SouthRidge, Rivers Edge, Aloft at ONE, and McBee Station which are all off Main have? Even though I am not crazy about the design or colors of this particular project which hopefully gets changed, I am glad to see they all have the same architectural style. They'll all blend together well in the end instead of one building looking too much out of place from another. Even with all of this, I still have no desire to show up and protest the project. The developer would have a good argument unfortunately as to why retail would be required here if the projects literally right next door weren't required to.
Even though I was hoping for more height, I am glad the DRB approved the project. The design IMO is nice and any further delays could have killed the project. Camperdown is going to be MUCH better than what is currently on site no matter how you slice it.