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First of all, my camera is crappy, and then I forgot to turn off the date/time thing which is totally wrong anyway! Oh well. Just felt like taking a walk and snapping a few pics this afternoon, a couple turned out pretty good (aside from the date/time) Anyway, these are in the Mill District, and the area just north of there. In totally random order.
A look down a somewhat desolate 5th Ave with the 2 of the city's newer residential towers at the other end:
The Carlyle, which I believe is the city's tallest residential tower:
This building was designed by the same architects as the WTC:
Across the street from that is the construction site of 222 Hennepin, which is a large apartment complex with a 40,000 square foot Whole Foods on the first floor. They are reusing an existing parking structure in the middle of the lot. http://www.222hennepin.com/