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BONUS: A link to the archived 2001 Geocities website for the Yucatan Liquor Stand (one of the hottest bars/clubs at The Continent) : http://www.oocities.org/yucatan_liquor_stand/
What's the issue? Should be able to click and enlarge. Is there an error message?
Sharon Richards Lamparyk
I remember it too!! It was so great!! Don't you wish someone would redevelop it like it was in the 80's - man that would be great!!
No, it is not inevitable that we continue with our existing system indefinitely. There are many factors that will ensure that change happens.
Let’s take NYC since it was your example.
Thanks for the updates! Exciting to see all the activity.
Am I the only one having an issue using the photo viewer?
more like over 3 miles even taking Karl Rd
Kroger's moved, There is a Kroger Marketplace on the old Northland mall site now
such a city doesn't exist in the united states so.......................good luck with that
Even NYC with it's subway and rails system is still and will always be gridlocked with traffic
Or.... a Meow Wolf you do not have to spend hundreds of dollars to get to?
Driving down High Street is the slowest way to go North-South. Every mapping application will take you a longer route because of this.
I'm going to continue to advocate for a better city, where...
One glaring omission from the article is a big factor in the decline of the area was a dramatic change in demographics. It's not just the Continent, but Tamarack and virtually the entire length of 161...
It has been for longer than you've been alive, so no, there isn't any chance of reclaiming anything, not when you have "major" destinations along the route like the OSU campus, convention center,...
Don't know if these qualify as "nightclubs" but looking at the map this is what is open there
Delfin Night Life
Spain Night Club
Karla Kay Eldridge
Q: What 'nightclubs ' are still at The Continent?
Just what this area needs. Chain fitness and hair cutting. Fuck the local businesses right down the street providing this exact service.
I live right by this major intersection, and have lately been thinking how much better it could be.
Instead, as you point out it's just crap. This development will be a piece of shit and not improve...
High Street hasn't always been a major roadway. There's no reason we can't reclaim it for pedestrians and people.
Yes, the 5-story mixed use development is a better idea than this.
You've done a beautiful job with these. What happened to Gravity 2.0? I'd thought it was a done deal, but coming up on a year, I'm not so sure. They should have made it 2-5 stories instead of 12. And...
Which Commission? The CAC? Do they even have the power to stop something?