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I had to check out the John Ross since they have 50 units open for viewing. I was impressed with some things (big storage areas) and found other things disappointing (small kitchens). %&!#ing camera of mine ran out of batteries, and the spare set I thought I had were previous used and probably put in the spare battery case because I didn't want to litter. Oh well, if we have a spectacular day I'm going to head back to take pics of those views and see more units.
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^ Mark, thanks for the pics... Love the wide open plan, flooring, and the showers with a view! You're right....small kitchen.... we would need an island, or more counter area to do all our choppin'. Sometimes, we don't follow the clean-as-you-go cooking method!
Are these pictures from a 2-bedroom unit, around 1850 sq ft? It definitely has a great look to it, and the views, of course. Should be an interesting auction in a few weeks, with these 50 units going pretty fast.