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Name ONE of your downtown greatest acievement in 2006


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Downtown Bemidji in 2006: The completion of the city services building and the restoration and addition to the courthouse that was built with the original architecture/design in mind. Lady Justice gleams a beautiful copper again after being lime green for many years.

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:shok: Wow!! That new PAC is mind blowing! If my howm town constructs a new PAC which I hope they will and soon I hope it will be just as wild as this one. Awsome!

Miami's new half billion dollar Performing Arts Center designed by Cesar Pelli which has two halls:

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we are very proud!

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I'd say Tallahassee's opening two High Rise condominiums last year. The first of their kind in our downtown, and the first highrise construction in downtown Tallahassee since the early 90s.

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The Tennyson

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The Pointe / Gameday Center

What a beauty for a PAC Miami has! WOW! We've got one on the way, my hope is that it can be a fraction as nice as those pictures above.

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There have been so many projects here in the DC area that it hard to pick one. I think the newseum here in DC is probably one of the most important ones in recent memory. The newseum is an interactive museum for journalism which has been operating in nearby Rosslyn Virginia for the last 10 years or so. The museum will move into a new location right on Constitution Avenue between the white house and capitol. Symbolically recognizing a free press as the fourth part of a democratic government.

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The glass facade is awsome! :shades:

There have been so many projects here in the DC area that it hard to pick one. I think the newseum here in DC is probably one of the most important ones in recent memory. The newseum is an interactive museum for journalism which has been operating in nearby Rosslyn Virginia for the last 10 years or so. The museum will move into a new location right on Constitution Avenue between the white house and capitol. Symbolically recognizing a free press as the fourth part of a democratic government.

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for nashville, i would say it is the Viridian Tower. Although it may not seem like it on the surface, it has created a downtown housing boom with condos being built all over downtown now and boosting the downtown population to what the mayor had invisioned for his mayorship.

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