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  1. Hahaha the funny thing is Orlando keeps annexing land and sprawling which kinda skews the numbers a bit too. Both regions are pulling their own little tricks!
  2. Ahh ok I thought this was going somewhere downtown. That would’ve been huge
  3. Haven’t heard anything about a Holocaust museum
  4. I wish there was a way that the city or developers could see this post. This is an excellent idea and I encourage you to somehow get the word out because I doubt something like this is even remotely on their radar.
  5. I think it would look a lot better if it didn’t appear as if it was a part of our connected to CSP1. It sorta looks like one giant building and it makes tower 2 appear shorter and fatter than it actually is. I do like the design though and I’m interested to see how it all comes together.
  6. I would kill for something like that in that location.
  7. I was there the other day. Loads of potential but man, that area seems many years away from anything remotely resembling a district.
  8. Lake Nona is ultimately a net positive for Orlando. It’s in the city limits and it’s a huge draw for people and companies. Yes, I wish it were closer to the core but at least it’s city of Orlando benefiting and not Osceola County or Disney.
  9. Man I hope all of these end up happening. 3 more 350+ foot towers would be huge.
  10. I like the blade that runs down the building. The link says it’s proposed but I hope it ends up happening. Pretty unique.
  11. Why? I’ve heard several people say this and I’m genuinely curious.
  12. How so? Diversity literally means variety and in this context, almost always relates to race, culture, and language as opposed to dress and income. A variety of skin colors is diversity regardless if they all speak the same language, earn the same amount, or dress alike.
  13. NYC does this to Atlanta too. They do it to California as well. Many cities actually do this and homeless people just end up playing musical chairs. It’s so sad, they are treated like they are disposable. However, I have noticed an obvious uptick in homeless people here. It seems like almost every major intersection and off ramp has a vagrant begging for money with a sign. Today I saw a new homeless encampment across the water while driving on Orange Ave in Ivanhoe: 7 or 8 colorful tents. Maybe it’s always been there but I just noticed it today. I know I’ll catch heat for this, but w
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