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There would have to be at least 3 high-rise towers to get another 1,400 apartments on that site and still leave room for the center to be a dedicated park. I really hope that if the redevelopment happens, the center park space isn't just grass for playing, but a functional European style piazza/plaza, surrounded by outdoor cafes that will animate it 18 hours/day (no, I'm not talking about drunks stumbling out of bars at 3:00 AM...though a few would be welcome). With 2800 units and all the surrounding retail, this could be a fantastic space. So much potential.

by Woodsider on Nov 27, 2012 12:27 pm • linkreport

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