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  1. Oh it's definitely the docking bay from any Death Star/space station in Star Wars
  2. Duke Energy Tower Climber Guy would like a word (I forget which IG account I got this from)
  3. Hard to get a sense of the location; if it is nearly right on N Tryon St, then this could be an unparalleled public space, visible from the Blue Line. If this is too far back from N Tryon, this could easily feel like a glorified office park space exactly like how Ballantyne Corp Park has so much green space but no sense of place. We shall see!
  4. That's also Prosperity Village which is possibly the only new, "greenfield" development area of the CLT region in which I'd ever want to live because the small blocks and decent walkable facilities make it very feasible to be contented in walking everywhere.
  5. This has been my experience, too, especially in NoDa which has had so many street vendors lately, it's very charming as heck! It becomes more depressing, though, when I remember how CLT is just one of scores of cities in the US that are increasingly consolidating wealth as the national economy works for less and less people. It's becoming harder and harder to get by here. Every time I see how many people move here with financial means, and how they gravitate toward city-centric areas (if not specific suburbs), it hurts my heart because our leaders (fed, state, municipal) choose to ma
  6. Y'all, I must not be with it, because that Johnston YMCA is the most beautiful Y I have ever seen. Up until Covid I've used that Y several times a week for years and I don't care that it is less equipped; it has the nostalgic feel of every old church annex building I've ever been in, and have you even SEEN the rooms upstairs used for classes? The old fireplace/mantle is GORGEOUS and adds to the experience so well. Not to mention the front courtyard is the most perfect, reliable place to relax in the whole City (and feels integrated with the neighborhood). If the front courty
  7. Sometimes when I venture out and drive around this City's metro (and so many others) I get a little sick at just how ruined so much of our landscape is by the many follies of modern planning and industry, and how unlikely it is to change for most places anytime in my lifetime.
  8. That will be a great addition to Belmont Ave
  9. Anyone on foot can cross this bridge right now (at least technically; not sure about policies), as long as there are no work crews there.
  10. This has always gotten me for years: people scream for city policies that have been blocked time and again by the state, then hold the City responsible.
  11. Cold Stone in the front, Amelie's in the back (queue image of a bread loaf mullet with ice cream top)
  12. The Cosmo Kramer Apartments off N Brevard looks fun
  13. 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.
  14. It looks cooler than a bungalow home or a typical apartment building I know how it goes, it just would be cool.
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