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Old Posted Aug 24, 2019, 11:38 PM
Sun Belt Sun Belt is offline
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Originally Posted by The North One View Post
I know you're constantly triggered in the name of bleak desert cul-de-sacs but it's not an unpopular opinion, most people I talk to who have lived in LA says this. I don't really agree and dont like the comparison but maybe I just have to visit one day to understand.
I have yet to meet one person that has said or thinks Los Angeles resembles Detroit.

Where in Detroit is the Venice Boardwalk, Hollywood Boulevard, Miracle Mile Wilshire, San Pedro, Koreatown, Griffith Observatory, Hollywood Hills, Pacific Palisades...
not to mention the density levels in the inner city?

This is 3.8 miles from the center point of Downtown Detroit along Detroit's premier boulevard: Woodward.

Once you venture off Woodward, the empty lots are abundant. You won't find this in Los Angeles.

This is approximately the same distance in Los Angeles along Wilshire:

Last edited by Sun Belt; Aug 24, 2019 at 11:46 PM. Reason: Auto correct Woodard
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