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Having grown up 3 blocks away, and set to move back to the neighborhood next month, I'm quite pleased with this project. For the past 40 years, this has always been a pretty dead space. The neighborhood is brimming with people and would gladly visit a pleasant space if given the chance.

I liked Van Ness as a kid because nobody was around. My friends and I could do whatever we wanted. While that's cool for a 14-year old, it's a sign of lousy architecture.

by TLL on Feb 27, 2013 9:23 am • linkreport

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