VSRJ

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  1. A few from a downtown stroll this evening:
  2. Wow. That's pretty crazy. First Hattie B's now Publix? I'll be set for the next snowstorm.
  3. I think Memphis' inevitable population growth (as slow as it may be) could someday come from people fleeing Nashville's ever-increasing cost of living. I already know of a few people who are leaving Nashville for Memphis and are amazed at the low cost of real estate and housing. They're selling their houses here, making a killing off the sale and then moving to Memphis to live a very comfortable life. I don't see myself moving back to Memphis anytime soon -- I'm too much of a big/growing city kinda guy -- but you can't argue the economic sense it makes.
  4. From a few days ago...
  5. I had to do a double take on this one...nearly unrecognizable from this angle.
  6. This is so great. I'll finally have a semi-close place to run without fear of being struck by a car.
  7. For comparison...
  8. We shouldn't need more parking. That only encourages the use of more cars. What we need is a better mass transit system.
  9. It reminds me of this abandoned medical building/hotel hybrid in Memphis' Medical District.
  10. ^ I wonder if that section will ever be updated (or maybe it's already in the works). As nice as it is, it pales in comparison to the newer parks that have popped up along the river.
  11. ^ Wow...I just got chills. If only it panned to the right a bit.
  12. A few interesting photos with yesterday's interesting sky: That pesky streetlight... J.W. Marriott glass is looking good...
  13. I live in 2300 and walking pretty much anywhere aside from the neighboring residential areas with sidewalks is just not worth the risk. I'm glad they're including sidewalks around the new Octave complex, but, again, they don't really get you anywhere. I'm all for this, but only if it includes sidewalks.