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  1. Wow - funny. I usually have the exact opposite experience.
  2. I agree. I think they need to think about branching over to Spring St. or something. If anything bad would have happened in the crowd, there would have been a very unsafe stampede.
  3. Wow - I was just there on Friday night. Had no idea. I have to admit the food quality had gone down. But, I used to love going to the breakfast buffet on Saturdays before they shut that down.
  4. I personally think it's kinda cool looking, but, in any case, I certainly don't agree with this: I think it looks both high quality and has high visual appeal. Also hope it spurs some more development in this area. The poor Brio is kind of marooned.
  5. Art in the Park 2008 is this weekend - at Fluor Field for the first time. Link
  6. Wow! I love it. That will be very distinctive on that corner.
  7. Hey, I live in the city and hate sprawl as much as the next girl - but, where are the details on this development? If it is done right and they preserve the house, then we'll see. If you have specifics you'd like to share, then by all means, please do so.
  8. What a shame. Isn't that where that beautiful, historic house is?
  9. DT-Gville

    The West End

    I also think it is just the tiles - DPC agenda
  10. I think the point was that no SC cities ended up on the list. I noticed there were a lot of states that didn't have any in the list including (GA, AL, MS, AR, KY).
  11. American Eagle is cutting their flight from GSP to O'Hare. Link to Gville News article.
  12. It is funny how some people are so passionate about their doughnuts! I admire your loyalty, linkerjpatrick!
  13. I had no idea that shoplifting was such a huge problem. This explains why in some stores (Venti and Ayers are the worst) I often have an employee tailing me throughout the store. Makes my shopping VERY uncomfortable. I don't THINK I look shifty. Anyhow, this explains the reasoning.
  14. I've been a couple of times this season, and I think the crowds are larger this year than in years past. In fact, I'm not sure that the Piazza Bergamo could have contained the number of people that the event is getting this year!
  15. I would think that now is a buyer's market for almost any home.
  16. What about "The Park" at 204 E. Park Avenue overlooking McPhearson Park? There has to be 20-30 units there.
  17. Craftsman Court (Townes St. - around Stone Avenue location) - 5 houses Link
  18. I personally haven't been happy with the shows that the BiLo center has been pulling in. I live in the city within walking distance of the BiLo center but often have to go to Clemson to see bands I like. Guess it is just a matter of taste. I also would like for the BiLo center to step up and meet this competition.
  19. BiLo Center is getting ready to get some competition from the Simpsonville ampitheater - Gville News Article
  20. Just a disclaimer... I pulled the "Starting at $900/month" figure off of Apartmentfinder.com. I personally don't know what these rent for.
  21. I just don't buy it. These apartments are on the higher end of the spectrum, rent-wise (1 BR start at $900) and are marketed as "luxury". Despite that, both reviews on apartmentratings.com complain about noise. Not sure these were constructed as well as they could be and the designers could have done better. I think they cheaped out.
  22. I liked the brick on the former design better!
  23. Searched, but haven't seen this one yet... There is a new 5 unit development going in on Townes (between Park and Stone) called Craftsman Court. Looks pretty nice. They already have people out there working. Craftsman Court link.
  24. If anything, I dislike these apartments more and more everytime I see them. The Publix/Staples development is well done. But, even with heavily planted trees, I do not think the apartment complex will age well. I hope that time proves me wrong, but currently I think these are a huge eyesore. I am sorely disappointed with this design.
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