Originally Posted by jjv007
We need to create a market that's strong enough before expecting things to happen quick. We can complain all we want about slow progress but the key to getting projects off the ground quickly is constant demand which is not always present here as much as some other cities. That being said, I'm cautiously optimistic for this to get off the ground sometime in the somewhat near future.
Also relevant is having a developer with a proven track record of success in similar projects, preferably local, who understand the politics and the players. No offense to Mr. Downey, but we have none of that.