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No Downtown Dave the guy you tought was not him is pic of the guy folding his arms is him the guy you tought is on the edge of that pic you can tell because my husband has a tattoo on his forearm. Thanks Downtown Dave nic pics today.
well lets just say this well be an interested elaborate part of the building..... it is gonna involve units with bullnose like the ones hanging on the lower starter units and units with handrail extensions too hide the brick wall. Also units will be set on top of the brick wall, basically it is an aggressive architechnical engineering.....
^^^Well I think the new PUC building on Golden Gate is a pretty sure bet for the spring. It's not that tall, but it's very green. And of course the second ORH tower is a lock, probably for next month (or it might slip to February but sometime in late winter).