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I was in Greensboro today looking at a car.  I managed to snap some photos.   (I generally don’t snap photos when I’m with my family because they complain that I’m delaying them, but I was alone...)

Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts in Greensboro.

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I love the Jefferson Standard Building. Its ashame they messed it up attatching the newer tower to it. I've always felt the two towers should have been seperate.

The scale of the windows look bigger on the newer tower not to mention the color on the outside is different. The glass is a different color. The windows should have been blue like the older building. If you are going to make this one building, everything needs to be uniform. If I were the architect, I would have made the newer tower look like it was built with the older tower. What even worse, look at how the two buildings were connected. These are the design flaws I picked out. How does everyone else feel?

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seperatly both are nice towers.

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A collection of some of my favorite shops on Reynolda Road:

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nice. kinda reminds me of the Spring Garden Street/Tate Street/UNCG/College Hill area. Almost like a town within the city.

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I love the Jefferson Standard Building. Its ashame they messed it up attatching the newer tower to it. I've always felt the two towers should have been seperate.

The scale of the windows look bigger on the newer tower not to mention the color on the outside is different. The glass is a different color. The windows should have been blue like the older building. If you are going to make this one building, everything needs to be uniform. If I were the architect, I would have made the newer tower look like it was built with the older tower. What even worse, look at how the two buildings were connected. These are the design flaws I picked out. How does everyone else feel?

191256113_c3aaa58059.jpg

seperatly both are nice towers.

113308292_64e35313ce.jpg

I agree Cityboi, but in my belief the new section of the Jefferson Pilot (Lincoln Financial) should have been taller. I think it would have accented the design better.

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I love the Jefferson Standard Building. Its ashame they messed it up attatching the newer tower to it. I've always felt the two towers should have been seperate.

The scale of the windows look bigger on the newer tower not to mention the color on the outside is different. The glass is a different color. The windows should have been blue like the older building. If you are going to make this one building, everything needs to be uniform. If I were the architect, I would have made the newer tower look like it was built with the older tower. What even worse, look at how the two buildings were connected. These are the design flaws I picked out. How does everyone else feel?

191256113_c3aaa58059.jpg

seperatly both are nice towers.

113308292_64e35313ce.jpg

Yeah I have always felt that was an opportunity wasted. I understand saving money and keeping employees together but that is a bit extreme.

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