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  1. Cold Stone in the front, Amelie's in the back (queue image of a bread loaf mullet with ice cream top)
  2. The Cosmo Kramer Apartments off N Brevard looks fun
  3. Working 4:30p-10p as a server for the dinner shift, go out 11pm - 2pm to live one's life, sleep until noon, run errands 1p-3:30pm. Good times.
  4. It looks cooler than a bungalow home or a typical apartment building I know how it goes, it just would be cool.
  5. Nice, David Furman coming through. I can't figure out, though: are they preserving the main church building for the retail?
  6. On one hand I'm not excited that this huge project is in a rail-inaccessible location since Mid-Town is so congested at times... however on the other hand, with Novant gobbling up so much land in Elizabeth, I'm not super bummed that another institution will be doing so far away from the Gold Line. And besides, everything around Midtown, 4th St, lower Dilworth are doomed due to Atrium, more Novant, and other auto-centric factors (The Metropolitan, single-family Myers Park/Dilworth expansionism, etc), anyway, so we may as well consolidate more there
  7. Alta Warp + Weft just sold last week. I literally cannot believe it.
  8. Bumping this sentiment^ to email City Council members about this. Can I propose we make this UDO thread pinned to the front page until it's over/concluded? Given its central nature to most of what we discuss here. City Council Email addresses: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
  9. I've emailed every member individually several times in the last 12 months and Mayor Lyles is the only one that always responds every time. It's spotty at best beyond that. I'd never heard the word "anodyne" before and it is definitely uniquely abrasive in it's own way!
  10. ^So, this is a tantalizing theoretical conversation about the UDO, but if we want to avoid ending up like Austin, maybe we can advocate for this thing directly to council. Here are their addresses, feel free to copy/paste: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]
  11. Wow, this is great. I'd always wondered about that building, its owner according to Mecklenburg GIS is just an individual person, as opposed to a company. And I rarely see anyone in and out of there. I think this will do well here, and fortunately for the Abari owner there seems to be a *somewhat* decent amount of parking.
  12. If you glance at this real quick this actually looks like 3rd Ward before the paper mill was demo'd and the streets re-aligned (this lot is the corner of one of the original streets to the right). Cute.
  13. I think @lit's post deserves to be on the main page: relevant possibly to N Tryon St's future. Wow! I just met someone who's been renting there for about 7 years. He said this was TR Lawing's ONLY owned asset, rather than fee-managed property. As a tenant he regularly dealt with family members of the TR Lawing family. Apparently TR Lawing never cared what changes/upgrades tenants made to the units, as long as it didn't damage the integrity of the building; they considered them all unique upgrades. The person I met converted his apt into a studio space (removing cabinets, e
  14. Wow! I just met someone who's been renting there for about 7 years. He said this was TR Lawing's ONLY owned asset, rather than fee-managed property. As a tenant he regularly dealt with family members of the TR Lawing family. Apparently TR Lawing never cared what changes/upgrades tenants made to the units, as long as it didn't damage the integrity of the building; they considered them all unique upgrades. The person I met converted his apt into a studio space (removing cabinets, etc) when they moved in with their partner in their place. I'm curious how the new investment company wil
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