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  1. Atlantic Station in Atlanta combined multistory buildings, parking decks and bridges: https://www.google.com/maps/@33.7906878,-84.393213,3a,75y,329.36h,104.13t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sOPOPcJ07c4d-Epng8B3ysw!2e0!5s20181101T000000!7i16384!8i8192
  2. In residential areas but not so much in the commercial areas.
  3. I think a lot of this is temporary shoring to keep the banks from collapsing as they work to install a giant culvert beneath Central.
  4. Welcome (to the posting side) of UP @jf430 !!!!
  5. Another factor in the loss of these large homes, that I have come to realize over the years, it the large size of the lots. These homes were just as susceptible to redevelopment as other homes in residential districts at the time. Not only was there no historic district, but there was no zoning to restrict a change in use. Smaller homes quite often were not torn down because they were on small lots, and very little could be done to develop on these parcels in the new era of automobile dependent parking and approach etc.
  6. That land was originally part of the Cole manufacturing land... I would imagine they are talking about that land
  7. I partied in that house in the early to mid 2000's. Lots of good bluegrass was played and consumed.
  8. Interesting... this one is also a single building that crosses multiple properties.,and appears to have been subdivided recently (within the last 3 years).. Also the properties front city owned land, not right of way, but city owned. Also, within the same block is a townhouse parcel without frontage on Peridoe Pt.
  9. All of these are “pork chop” lots and have at least 5-10 feet of street frontage. The rezoning request on Parkwood does not have any pork chops. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. It’s not a building type, But it allows separately owned structures to be built on a single parcel and avoids having a parcel without access. Can you find a subdivision like this on Polaris that has parcels without frontage? I looked today, but I have a center city bias in my search. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. It seems that Condo would be the most likely way to do something like this.
  12. That fire access/community access lane physically crosses 8 different people's property.
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