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Trolley Barns

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Last Thursday was a presentation from three different architecture firms on what could be done with the MDHA land on Rolling Mill Hill. There's a bunch of mid 1800's trolley barns there now. Here are some pics from the event. Sorry for being so large...I wanted everyone to be able to read what was printed.

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Allard Ward Architects (David Allard)

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Everton Oglesby Architects (Gary Everton, Sheila Dial, Julie DeBow-Davis)

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Gresham, Smith + Partners (John?? Allen - didn't catch his first name)

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Thanks for posting those! Very cool. I am excited about this project as a whole and hope it turns out really well. I really dig the idea of using the old structures, and all firms have some innovating ideas.

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Thanks for the post. I like the idea of a elementary school on RMH as well. This area has so much potential. Only problem is that Metro is so slow doing anything. They should have sold it to a developer with the stipulation that the old structures have to remain.

I did not see the detailed drawings on the Everton Oglesby web site. I would bet they will eventually be there.

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The panels pictured above were on display at the RMH sales center during the home tour. I bet they're still there.

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