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  1. First One Second One Third One There was a fourth across the street recently demolished for speculative reason it seems.
  2. I thought it was a hotel but they may have been pulled for apartments instead. Yeah those homes are excellent and I would consider them historic with the biggest looking like it was built in the mid to late teens and the other two in the 20's. In Oakwood they'd be considered treasures.
  3. I didn't say it wasn't potentially an upgrade. But its not infill. Infill is building around existing (in between, and behind) structures. This is tear down and replace. I've been livid about the misuse of this term since Whitaker Park Apartments in Five Points was demolished ($465 a month for an apartment) and it was replaced with *fewer housing units (starting at over 700k a pop in the early 2000s). The developer was all like, well you see its **infill**, if we don't put it here its gotta go on the outskirts of town for more sprawl. Uh, excuse me, how about that 100+ units of people that were forced out?
  4. This is a massively s-h-i-tt-y situation for Raleigh and historic architecture.
  5. I reread those drunken comments and stand by them. Also, I see that site almost every day. Retail frontage will be good, but the high end student apartment thing still is wrong on multiple levels. Its not infill. They are tearing down multiple buildings for this.
  6. The Kildaire/Maynard intersection has an almost proper urban feel to it. I think its the Caribou. Regardless, this intersection seems like it could be tied into and up to Walnut with a few good builds in between the two. The food Lion shopping center is screaming redevelopment and the BB&T (94 Kildaire) has clearly shown how nicely it could be done.
  7. Hmm. Interesting. I only edit it on a desktop, so not sure whats going on.
  8. Yeah but those LI people all "have a place at the lake" meaning a finger lake.
  9. My guess would be, based on the "one" address, One Walker would be SE most building and One Walnut, immediately west of that. The E shaped building seems like it'd residential. But all i'm doing is guessing...
  10. Rough outline. I've had this map for years...I know it sucks, but it helps me know what happened when. Also I'm a few months behind updating it but I just added Merge.
  11. These whole stand alone, Disney Land developments always feel meh to me.
  12. I can sort of guess, but where exactly is this going? Up against the library parking deck maybe?
  13. Phase I's street level is absolutely horrendous. Orulz noticed on the plans way back when, that it looked like a solid blank wall along West St. Well that's what it is. And along Harrington too it turns out minus the little triangle retail space that has a car pull through behind it. The Peace St face, sure, has a walk in entrance but right next to that is a massive car entrance. This is the primary problem with a grocery store of this size in a downtown...it is setup such that carloads of groceries are the expectation for the seller and the buyer. The pedestrian is an afterthought to these large scale, weeks worth of groceries, transactions. It looks like Ph II is substantially better on that front, at least.
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    Whole Foods would never work at this site. Its too far for most people to walk easily and not easy for Tahoes and Escalades to get into. Both of their classic customer types are shot.
  15. I love how they made the rail line look like an actually functioning transit line.
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