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markhollin

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7 hours ago, markhollin said:

Jacksonville, Florida's renderings of new  Four Seasons, 9 story hotel, 170 rooms, 25 condos, 90,000 sq. ft. office space, ground level retail (courtesy of YIMBY Florida):
 

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I didn’t even know Jacksonville is getting a four seasons congrats to them

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12 minutes ago, Bos2Nash said:

To me Appalachia would make more sense due to the more abundant natural resources. We look at countries that have built in deserts (ie the UAE) and their biggest problem is water. What is the biggest natural resource concern in a desert? Water! A closer to home example, is Las Vegas. The only reason Las Vegas is as successful as it is is because the Hoover Dam was built and we have had to artificially irrigate the desert. I would be shocked if Appalachia would have 150,000 continuous acres available, but I would envision a cataclysmic failure if this were to go in a desert.

The Cumberland Plateau?

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