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Old Posted Nov 16, 2015, 8:53 PM
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Industry veterans say lower-end retail shops between the newer properties are ripe for development
Please no more pedestrian killing buildings.

Eighth Avenue is filled with upscale restaurants that usually cater to tourists or the transient office worker. Remember, those Duane Reades and Chase Banks that line every corner up until Columbus Circle?

Yeah no one wants those. Why should another bodega be replaced with a generic drug store?

Is this Extell building exciting? Absolutely.

Originally Posted by Private Dick View Post
I have to wholeheartedly disagree. While I'm not familiar enough with Chicago to comment on its situation, New York is by and large not made better (or greater in terms of its urban environment) by skyscraper construction. New York's most popular, vibrant neighborhoods are decidedly non-skyscraper neighborhoods, but rather the ones that are far more human-scaled.
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