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  1. Yes, it seems like our memberships picks up and slows down with the economy.
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  2. And we're fooling ourselves if we think the vast majority of new South End residents still aren't driving. Metropolitan developed without any rail transit.
    1 point
  3. You guys have a difference of opinion. Nothing more or less. Personally, i think Brandon's contributions to this forum are just as valuable as anyone else, so i wouldn't call him a troll. For that matter, i live in San Francisco, so does that mean that my opinions are worthless? In fact, many posters on here don't live in Nashville proper, so should we call them all trolls as well and disregard their opinions? I don't want to get in the middle of the debate you guys are having, but honestly, i wish you guys would settle it via PM. Megabus is apparently signing a lease with a private lot on
    1 point
  4. I remember the slow times. It seems like we have new members signing up every week now.
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  5. North Nashville has some great neighborhoods/houses...but unfortunately there is a lot that has been allowed to languish there. I do think that should be a focus area, especially as many of the other core neighborhoods can continue to revitalize on their own momentum. I also wonder if there would be some resistance to revitalization/gentrification because of the fear that it will price the current residents out of their homes, just like we've seen elsewhere. Anyhow, it would definitely be in the city's best interest to concentrate on reducing crime there, and perhaps concentrate on improving
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  6. LOL! Thanks Antrell...there was a time in the past when the BR Forums were very slow...and was just trying to keep our head's above water...have really been pleased to see things pick-up w/ so many new members signing-up here over the recent years(including yourself)
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  7. Lobdell land bought for new charter school A Minnesota-based developer has purchased a 52,000-square-foot office building on Lobdell Avenue for $1.3 million, and has plans to turn it into a charter school. Ryan Companies US Inc. purchased the building at 1900 N. Lobdell Ave. on Monday and will renovate the building for Charter Schools USA, which plans to house a new school on the 6-acre campus, says Steve Legendre of Beau Box Commercial Real Estate, who represented Ryan in the deal. Jonathan Starns of Donnie Jarreau Real Estate represented the seller, Educational Management Services. The pre
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