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  1. My father (who was in radio and knew the Reflections engineers) told me that Reflections would use the abandoned church at Hawthorne and Central for recording sessions because the acoustics were incredible (and that REM did record in the church as well as Reflection Studios).
  2. Here's the view from the top of 615.
  3. Uploaded PDF to fix broken link. Thanks for the heads-up.
  4. Update on 2245 Mecklenburg according to Next Door: Red Cedar sold the option on the land to Classica Home Builders, who plan to continue with the 6-home project. Info they sent to neighbors is attached. The neigborhood association and noculdesac.org organizers are planning a town hall meeting with the Mayor and neighbors and inviting Classica. Supposed to happen this month. 2245Meck_-_Classica.pdf
  5. I think (hope) I've got this right- there's a beer shop going into Central Crossing next to TipToe Nails. I think he's selling bottles and serving beer (and coffee). Not sure of the opening date.
  6. I heard from a neighbor that the developers behind the 6-home subdivision at 2245 Mecklenburg have backed out of the project. Has anyone else heard anything about it?
  7. Updated Cramer Estate development plans were just posted on NextDoor.
  8. I was just there this morning and snapped this shot.
  9. Oh wow... last I heard from Billy and Brooks, the plan was to try to make the pool happen again after the waiting period. I think the PM Facebook page might actually implode over this.
  10. I think the concern is mostly aesthetic, but there are definite traffic concerns, and it feels like this development is a tipping point after the Mattie Rose development by the park and myriad apartments and stress over having to navigate the Harris Teeter parking lot. Perhaps the cul-de-sac fight made for an easier rallying cry than "responsible development in Midwood, please, as our infrastructure and tiny Teeter can't support much more." And I think the hope was the city council would step in or ruckus would discourage the developer (there was a secondary offer on the house for a single ow
  11. The 2245 Meck developer met with neighbors at last week's land use meeting. Here's a comprehensive update as posted on NextDoor: Sorry for the delay in posting this.... There is a lot of news this weekend about our petition -- so look for further posts. Here are some notes on the Land Use Meeting when the Developers of 2245 Mecklenburg attended. I've attached a picture of the plans that they had on display. Developer Info: -The developer is Red Cedar -They focus in Charlotte and Atlanta -Their website is www.redcedarco.com -Local projects include: 1114 Woodside, 3400 Oakwood, and 2729 Cl
  12. Anyone have any info on what, if anything, is happening at 1212 Central? Drove by today and saw this construction sign for CW Construction, which looks to be an affiliate of Campus Works. Maybe it's a temporary upfit for to serve as CW's leasing office for their apartment complex?
  13. Juicy J at Legion might be my new favorite beer. Love it and the building. I used to work in the tiny house that was in Legion's parking lot, so there are a lot of memories there. And Grodney, I love that pint glass so much I bought one for my husband for Christmas. If anyone is looking for them, check them out at Moxie, my favorite new gift shop that opened just down from Legion in the old Bridal Originals house.
  14. How did I miss that? Thanks for the heads up! Menu looks great. I'm a little worried about the glass block on the front of the building, but I'll let it slide for good pozole.
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