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I disagree with you. Before I made this account, I would check on this Charlotte section everyday. I don't think that it is alot to cover, it is something to get excited about. It is your choice to decide if you read it all. It can be a place where we all come together and compare what is happening in the different neighborhoods. It does not really have to be put into that much detail. On City-Data they have a NC Development thread. 800+ pages

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7 minutes ago, C85 said:

I disagree with you. Before I made this account, I would check on this Charlotte section everyday. I don't think that it is alot to cover, it is something to get excited about. It is your choice to decide if you read it all. It can be a place where we all come together and compare what is happening in the different neighborhoods. It does not really have to be put into that much detail. On City-Data they have a NC Development thread. 800+ pages

Awesome. So give us a proof of concept. Instead of starting a thread that only says "Development along the Blue Line," give us a sexy intro paragraph so we know the point of the thread. Start the conversation, I don't think anyone knows what to put here.

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This thread is about Development along the blue line. On here, you can talk about how development differs in different area. For example, South end is being built a lot different than University City so you talk about how you wish University City was bulit in a different way. 

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2 minutes ago, C85 said:

This thread is about Development along the blue line. On here, you can talk about how development differs in different area. For example, South end is being built a lot different than University City so you talk about how you wish University City was bulit in a different way. 

Theres land use planning, infrastructure and geographical reasons why University City is not being developed like South End. Theres definitely strides being taken however. See below for the future rezoning for the Boardwalk. From a land use perspective, University City is, and will be a suburban enclave for the foreseeable future. 

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