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The Cloisters

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The Cloisters is a mixed use community consisting of office, retail space and residential town homes. Ranging from one to three bedroom units, individual office spaces, or town homes with office space connected; The Cloisters offers numerous choices to fit your lifestyle.

About the All Saints District

The All Saints District is far from any ordinary neighborhood. Since the 1900

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Drove by the other day to check the progress on this project. Not many are aware of its location or that it is even underway. Here is a shot I got of the project as of 6.4.5:

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Drove by the other day to check the progress on this project. Not many are aware of its location or that it is even underway. Here is a shot I got of the project as of 6.4.5:

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Is that near the old "Old South" restaurant? I know there are already some nice buildings back there.

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Here are some other new buildings that have been constructed along the All-Saints Corridor in the past 2-3 years.

Here is a Tri-Plex Condominium Recently Completed:

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Here are some more Condo's these feature double car garages.

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I'm guessing this is some sort of office building or religious center:

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I'm not sure if this is a law office or a single family home... but its new:

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Taurean,

I drove by this area the other day....all of the buildings are very nice except for that last picture you posted (the jazzed up building...that should be torn down...looks like hell). All the new stuff is very nice.

FYI, there is an old "Coca Cola" brick building near there. That is a prime spot for something cool..maybe a live music restaurant or something. Makes me wish I was a developer with the knowledge and money on how to do that kind of thing.

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Surely I hope the Coke building is preserved, and possibly used as a smoothie or beverage joint with the huge Coca Cola mural on the side. That would be nice.

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Surely I hope the Coke building is preserved, and possibly used as a smoothie or beverage joint with the huge Coca Cola mural on the side. That would be nice.

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The Coke company would have more than enough money to invest in the presservation and the re-use of the old building. An olde time soda jerk stand... perfect on a hot summer day strolling through the trees in the south. :thumbsup:

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When I think of this All Saints Corridor I can't help but think about the Cosby Show neighborhood! The new developments have that feel. There is a very warm, professional look in this little pocket downtown.

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I passed this site yesterday and work continues in laying piping for the plumbing... seems like they've got some serious plumbling plans based on the size of those cement pipes.

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I went pass the All saints area under the "hill". I noticed 2 rusted buildings when coming off the hill. Those could be turn into some condos or places of business.

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Famu is the hill. They have a sign when coming down Famu that says Welcome back to the hill. I think they need to flip the sign the other way. :rofl:

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I am laughing because the sign says welcome to the hill once you get down to the bottom of the hill. This billboard sign is near the entracne sign to FAMU. You can see when you come down the hill.

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The Coke company would have more than enough money to invest in the presservation and the re-use of the old building.  An olde time soda jerk stand...  perfect on a hot summer day strolling through the trees in the south. :thumbsup:

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Side note. Quincy and Tally are somewhat known for having a lot of "Coke Millionaires". Basically before Coke blew up a long time ago. A local banker got a group of locals to invest and many of their families are still around.

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