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55 minutes ago, J-Rob said:

Charlotte Ledger for the win.  I don't understand all the dos and don'ts of journalism, but it seems the Charlotte Ledger has been providing better insights than the mainstays (CBJ and CO).

Thanks for introducing me to the Charlotte Ledger!  Also, great news on the Levine property.   Seems to be similar in size to the Ashton in South End.

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On 7/16/2019 at 11:36 PM, Hushpuppy321 said:

LevineLand - Will it flourish one day....?

1st Ward is so vacant, a blank canvas waiting to be painted.

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Does he own the parking lots between Brevard and Caldwell as well?

On 7/16/2019 at 11:43 PM, cltcane said:

...in Charlotte beige.

Honestly, just replace all of that with 6 story beige apartments and we have a much better result.  A couple thousand more people living uptown in that area would change a lot.

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9 hours ago, DamicoKaren said:

I've literally never seen this building from this angke before. It's truly an art when one single building can change so drastically depending on where you're standing

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wait

But The Ellis... Is it Prefab?

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16 hours ago, DamicoKaren said:

I've literally never seen this building from this angke before. It's truly an art when one single building can change so drastically depending on where you're standing

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Ok did someone spike my drink!? That is wild! Seriously are you screwing with my head DK? :ph34r:

 

ps—-the glare is making me trip out on this angle

 

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4 hours ago, ricky_davis_fan_21 said:

I was told this intel about foundation issues was very false. The only thing that'll need to be torn out is the footers for the original apartment building.

Very good to know... but then what on earth would stop a developer from doing that and finishing and making revenue other than mental illness?

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AT&T/ Southern Bell had equipment in an era when buildings were supposed to be pretty.   ^.    Then it was expanded for space and security and equipment and got uglier, but still has the remnants of its original beauty.  

 

 

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