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    anybody know what’s going on over there?

    #283518

    gramarye
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    Well, that’s definitely a new signpost in a road that’s been full of bad signs, but I don’t think that’s going to come as too much of a surprise to the regular followers of urban development news on this site. The answer to your question is, in a word, “nothing.”

    #283519

    heresthecasey
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    im going to take a leap and say its dead in the water

    #283520

    heresthecasey
    Participant

    found their twitter: http://twitter.com/jeffreyplace
    and flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreyplace

    it appears they actually finished a model unit in that empty shell of a loft building. :O :O :O

    #283521
    Jason Powell
    Jason Powell
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    This is very sad news. That neighborhood, when built out, would have been one of the best around and a huge boost to that corner of Italian Village. I’d like to see some other developer go in and build something a little more affordable yet keep with the modern feel of the other new buildings. There is still so much potential over there.

    I’m guessing those doctor’s offices for the southeastern portion were nixed as well.

    The whole site, as it stands, is pretty pathetic and an eyesore from the highway. How about Harrison Park, Part II, with a more modern touch. These are developers who actually get it. Just don’t like the surface lots, but it does keep the cost down. oh well. either way, it’s really nice over there.

    #283522

    I asked because I’m pretty sure they got the city to build and maintain public roads through there (in addition to sewer/electric), and I can’t imagine the city being happy that they did their half and the developer has pretty much bailed.

    #283523

    JonMyers
    Participant

    Brutal economy, but it seems it was struggling prior to the meltdown.

    #283524

    rory
    Participant

    Looks like it’s time to plant some grass there. It would make a nice prairie.

    #283525
    Manatee
    Manatee
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    rory wrote >>
    Looks like it’s time to plant some grass there. It would make a nice prairie.

    Check out the big brains on rory!! :D

    +1 prairie

    #283526

    MikeReed
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    Re:jpizzow

    I’m still waiting to meet a developer who “gets it”. I’m not holding my breath.

    #283527

    futureman
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    #283528

    gramarye
    Participant

    Does this say more about me or about the developer that I’m more surprised to see it back than I was to see it gone?

    #283529
    Snarf
    Snarf
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    gramarye wrote >>
    Does this say more about me or about the developer that I’m more surprised to see it back than I was to see it gone?

    Ehh…what’s option C?

    #283530

    gramarye
    Participant

    Um … that it says “you read too much into things?”

    #283531

    futureman
    Participant

    and by “back” I mean with broken links and database errors …

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