Mr.Marc

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  1. I'm suprised there isn't a topic dedicated to N. Charleston landing the Boeing plant. This is big news!
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    Columbia Place Mall

    So is the Old Navy in Cola Place closing or not?
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    Columbia Place Mall

    HUH! Old Navy @ Cola Place? I thought it was doing well.
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    Charleston Off-Topic

    I do not really eat much seafood but I've been told that Hyman's Seafood on Meeting street is the best. I believe what I've been told only because everytime I past the place when I'm in Charleston, the line is out the door and about a block down Meeting st. The website is http://www.hymanseafood.com/. I think Rachael Ray did a segment on Hyman's on her 40 dollars a day show.
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    Sumter Developments

    It's located on Harvin street which is about 1 block west of Main street. It used to be many things; most recently it was a storage facility which had been abadoned for several years. I may take some pic and post them to this forum.
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    Historic Congaree Vista Developments

    I saw that also. Is that going to be M Cafe's second location DT or are they going to close the one on Sumter st?
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    Sumter Developments

    And Sumter Mall can use some work (ok a lot of work) but it isn't the worse of worse. It has served it's purpose since it opened in the early 80s. I'm sick of people not from Sumter complaining about what our mall lacks. HELLO. Don't come to Sumter looking for Saks Fifth Ave or Bergdoff Goodman. The city really isn't all that big and there are lots of cities that are Sumter's size that do not even have a mall. The mall is what it is for right now and unless anyone has the money to buy and renovate it, please send your complaints to the owners of Sumter mall and not Sumter's residents.
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    Sumter Developments

    Yes Sumter does have a lot of chains. However, if you get off of 76/378/Broad street you will find lots of local restaurants. I myself like Stellato's in Dalzell/Shaw AFB for Italian. Also, I recommend Pizza Lane for pizza. I understand your disdain for chain restaurants but in case you didn't notice the Starbucks you're whoopty dooing about is in fact a CHAIN
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    Charleston Off-Topic

    Did anyone hear that the Ravenel bridge may not hold its title much longer as the longest cable stayed bridge in N. America? From what I saw on the news, a bridge is bring constructed in either Lousiana or Arkansas (I forgot which one) that will span a little longer than Charleston's.
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    Columbia Area Developments

    Thanks. Although I think it's a weird place for a neighborhood (hopefully it's not a subdivision). I hope there's some retail in store for the area though.
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    Columbia Place Mall

    Since Columbia Place is doing so well, I wonder if they'll bring GAP back. We all know Columbia needs more than one Gap store. Anyone?
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    Columbia Area Developments

    Any news on why the land is being cleared on Garner's Ferry road near/on the old dairy farm in front of Bi-Lo. If I'm not mistaken it seems that I heard a while back that there was going to be some type of lifestyle center there.
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    Southern Photos of the Day

    ^WOW! I hope those are 100% real. They almost look "photoshopped".
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    Sumter Developments

    I'm not sure if Summerton or Paxville will ever be within Sumter's city limits. Metro, maybe. Those towns are not even close to where Sumter's current city limits are. Plus Sumter would have to annex all of 15-SOUTH, south of the city before that happens. The city center would also need to grow a lot more than it currently is. I hope you're right about plans for Sumter to grow towards 95. Our city should've thought of developing along the I-95 corridor years ago.
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    Sumter Developments

    ^ I think the drug store you're referring to is Cut Rate Drugs. They also make killer Grilled cheese sandwiches. My mom says that the diner counter and stools they have in there today are more than likely the same ones from the 60's when she was younger. IMO, the whole store does have a nostalgic feel to it, which I like.