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There is retail in the garage. I go to Subway at least once a week and walk past it all the time.  I think it's a hair/nail salon. (don't pay much attention as that's not something I need, haha).  The storefront glass boxes are basically just art and advertising window boxes for the other space.  They  are not real storefronts. 

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On 4/24/2020 at 1:47 PM, codypet said:

They should have made the garage a floor higher and put retail down at the bottom.  At the time it was built there was little to face on Rosalind.  Courthouse and that ugly gray garage were already on their way to making an ugly streetwall.

The gray garage is ugly.  Although the backside of the courthouse isn't doing Rosalind any favors either.


On 4/24/2020 at 2:23 PM, spenser1058 said:

The courthouse is ugly - really?


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I love the Central Park feel as these buildings start boxing in around the lake. 

Also side note. This is by far the busiest I have seen lake Eola and downtown since this whole thing started. 

my pool at post parkside was insanely packed 


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Bunch of people work in Landmark center that want more options for lunch close by.  Really hoping some good new restaurants pop in here after it is done and the virus is over. I miss Tacos El Rancho and would love a new taco/burrito place in this building. 

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16 minutes ago, dcluley98 said:

WaWa DT in walking distance from where I work would actually be DAF! 

Thankfully, I’m within walking distance of PubSubs (and I’m pleased to report the Eola Publix has really improved on online orders - they used to be awful but lately I have had zero problems - it is indeed a Pleasure).

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