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Google Maps updates and extends satellite image data of Greensboro

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Not real sure when these satellite images were taken. I know it was in 2005 because of the copyright date and it was probably the first half of 2005 because Carolina Circle is still there. Sadly, it doesn't cover McLeansville. :(

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I wish both Google and Windows would update their maps for my neighborhood! I've been here 3+ years, and on Google, the land has been cleared for my neighborhood and the first 5 houses built. I was the 6th to be started, so you can't see me yet.. on Windows, they do show the foundation!

Come on folks, update me puh-leaze!!

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I wish both Google and Windows would update their maps for my neighborhood! I've been here 3+ years, and on Google, the land has been cleared for my neighborhood and the first 5 houses built. I was the 6th to be started, so you can't see me yet.. on Windows, they do show the foundation!

Come on folks, update me puh-leaze!!

Some of these sites have imagery that dates back to 1999! :o

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That's great! Boy, does I-40 get alot of traffic! I wish they would do the same for Winston-Salem! Boy, they sure are behind

They did add satellite images for Winston-Salem to Google Local. Unfortunately it doesn't reach as far north as WFU.

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Wow! look at the progress at Southside..

before

after

Not sure if this deserves its own topic, but I noticed this map at ohenrybuilders.com. It seems to show townhomes planned on King Street, Arlington Street, and McAdoo.

http://greensborocontracting.com/arielview.jpg

Arlington Street lofts.

A lot of people think that the Southside development is near completion, but according the the contractor of O'Henry Builders it is only about 43% complete. It is my understanding that all of the land in and around the Railroad Yard on Macado, Victor Place ect., has been purchased by O'Henry builders and a private investor to be developed. The townhome lofts behind 107.5, just off of Arlington Street are listed for $279,000.00. They are quite unique in design.

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A lot of people think that the Southside development is near completion, but according the the contractor of O'Henry Builders it is only about 43% complete. It is my understanding that all of the land in and around the Railroad Yard on Macado, Victor Place ect., has been purchased by O'Henry builders and a private investor to be developed. The townhome lofts behind 107.5, just off of Arlington Street are listed for $279,000.00. They are quite unique in design.

The is also condo proposal by another company that will be built in Southside "The towers at Southside"

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Doesn't some of the satellite imaging have to do with the city/county... or what town that the image is over having rights to it or something. Because obviously some images end abruptly at the end of town and county limits.

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i think it might have more to do with the density of the areas. all of the major cities in the u.s. have close up satellite images available, but the smaller ones are just starting to be added. if you look at massachusetts for instance, the entire state has close up images.

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The US government has the capability of zooming in so close, they can make out an individual's face. They have been trying to find Osama Bin Laden this way.

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