Originally Posted by Spring2008
i think planning approved it, goes to council tom.
Would like to see some of this in the Beltline and southern inner-city communities in general, where most of the intensification is happening.
Definitely. Not to mention that if a similar building was built in the Beltline, those residents can immediately take advantage of already well developed services easily within walking distance.
If I were to buy one of these - the floor plans and prices look pretty good - I would be the guy would buys it off of the first owners that are "having trouble selling". In 5 years there will be many more services in East Village and make the whole thing even more attractive.
I also love the newspaper comment section on this development. Complete hysteria. "How could anyone possibly live without a car? I don't want anyone to live a life that's different than mine! Way to go Nenshi for ruining the city, this building is your fault!"