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Which medium-sized city in the Midwest has the best skyline?  

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  1. 1. Which medium-sized city in the Midwest has the best skyline?

    • Toledo
      11
    • South Bend
      1
    • Grand Rapids, MI
      51
    • Madison
      9
    • Cedar Rapids
      3
    • Dayton, OH
      19
    • Lansing
      6
    • Other
      9


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More Dayton Photos...these came from www.andysnow.com/dayton/

I think Dayton has a well balanced skyline, nothing protrudes and it has a decent variety (though there are quite a few box-scrapers). Grand Rapids DT looks nice, really like the bridges, but not much in the sky from what I could see in those photos.

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More Dayton Photos...these came from www.andysnow.com/dayton/

I think Dayton has a well balanced skyline, nothing protrudes and it has a decent variety (though there are quite a few box-scrapers). Grand Rapids DT looks nice, really like the bridges, but not much in the sky from what I could see in those photos.

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Dayton's DT is nicer than Grand Rapids in terms of height.

I do however like what Grand Rapids has done in terms of beautification, with landscaping and such.

The best view of Downtown Grand Rapids is from the Ford Freeway looking east. You can get get whole span of it. Those pictures really don't do GR justice.

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well the one photo from the park, looks like they were setting up,  the rest of the photos look like nomal GR

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the first one is definately form that period look at the Budweiser sign :P

otherwise they look like normal GR

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