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  1. Make a "Superblock" bounded by College, Church, 5th, and 4th. Close Trade and Tryon to any thru traffic (besides the streetcar) in those boundaries.
  2. My man! not sure there is anywhere else in the city that flash chills like that do.
  3. First time I've seen that rumor is your post, but wouldn't that be fantastic...
  4. Seems pretty crazy that Amelie's is going to move to a place closer to the light rail because of a dispute about parking.....Interesting to see how the block at Davidson and Jordan Place develops.
  5. I just hope we don't have to sit through the rest of the LU sites completely fenced off before the new cycle starts back off. Just feels weird at the street level.
  6. If you're going for a Southern cuisine take, King's Kitchen is a much better idea. I find Mert's a bit greasy which can upset some people's stomachs.
  7. Hard to go wrong with classics like Aria or Mimosa for lunch.
  8. Would look great at the bottom of the new DEC
  9. Epicenter is so run down in spaces. Hard to see an Apple store there unless it was the prime spot like Vida.
  10. That is kind of my point. Trade and Tryon do not really make sense to use to get to/from work when you are in a car, yet most people are ultimately going to somewhere on those streets or within a block. Let the existing one way streets (3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, College, and Church) carry the cars. Let Trade and Tryon handle the smaller scale traffic. It is better to be separate from cars to greatly reduce your intake of air pollution while biking too. I know others disagree, but I think this would be a transformative shift for a city that needs to be more walkable and bikable.
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