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  1. Could Publix have its eyes on a third Macon store (or fourth, if you count the still-not-built-but-long-planned Hartley Bridge store)? Can Zebulon support more grocery in addition to Walmart and Kroger?
  2. Interesting; I've never heard of Hobby Lobby building a brand new store from the ground up. Usually they open in vacant buildings.
  3. The way the parking is arranged does make it look more like an office or something, and less like retail. Maybe it's something medical-related.
  4. I was really hoping the Solarium design would be chosen; I personally think it went better with Atlanta than the Pantheon (while still being much more innovative than conservative). I certainly don't mind an avant-garde design, but the specific design of the Pantheon just wasn't pleasing to me, and I don't think the roof opens up nearly enough. On the interior, it doesn't seem different enough from the Georgia Dome. Then again, I was against the construction of a new stadium from the start. The Dome is only turning 21 years old this year, which by no means is old enough to warrant replacement. Not only that, but it underwent renovations just five/six years ago. Plenty of teams still use stadiums built in the 1960s and 1970s and are perfectly fine with them, so why should a stadium built in the 1990s be replaced so soon?
  5. Option B all the way. I'm not typically a fan of the randomness seen in Option A, and besides, I love being able to see the skyline from Option B. I think B is a better fit for the city of Atlanta while still standing out enough to be instantly recognizable.
  6. I'm assuming it's going into the old Big Lots?
  7. Nobody's trying to start an argument here, so chill out. If one user disagrees with another user's opinion about a mall or malls in a particular city, fine, but no insults or derogatory accusations are called for. Everyone be mature, please.
  8. That appears too close to be Perimeter Center - it could be Buckhead.
  9. The Belk-at-Phipps argument has been going on ever since they opened there, and I still believe it's perfectly appropriate for Belk to be at Phipps. Neither of us is going to be convinced to change his mind just by continuing the same old argument, though, so let's just agree to disagree.
  10. I agree with ct36. I have no problem with Belk being at Phipps; it's the Legoland that I'm angry about. I don't see how anyone can not be upset about it.
  11. Do you have a problem with ct36's renovation ideas? Because if so, you can come out and say it... but I can't imagine why you'd have a problem with someone stating their ideas on here.
  12. http://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/wal-mart-to-build-1235400.html Walmart is going to open on the site of the Green Corners shopping center in Gwinnett County, at Jimmy Carter Blvd. and Rockbridge Road. There is virtually none of the usual anti-Walmart sentiment in this case.
  13. How about we all stop having useless petty arguments on a forum devoted to discussion of urban development...
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