Oh get over it you dork it's just coffee.
You're trying to be sarcastic, but I would agree with you seriously. Why stop at 22 stories? Stop at whatever story you want if you own the place. And make the units 150sf if you want. It's your job to determine if there's a market for what you're building. Again, it's on the corner of Detroit and W28th. That's not a neighborhood. It's a main thoroughfare. It's not like he's dropping it on the corner of W44th and Whitman among single family homes. And by the way, it's a block or two from a number of other multistory highrise residential buildings so I don't see what the big deal is.
As for parking, what's required is defined by City code, not arbitrarily set by the developer.
Baloney. WCSB rules the college airwaves.
Congratulations, Connie. You are without doubt the BEST. And you and Sherrod are indeed the best power couple in the country.
BTW, I won this Scene award in 2014. They threw a fun party on West 25th Street for that one.
Love and admiration, as always,
I hope this one works out. It's such a cool little building. Glad to hear he gutted the space. It needed an update.
Zero respect for Rising Star since I saw counter staff drinking on the job at Arcade coffee shop on St. Party's Day. And they sent 1 of the guys on a beer run. I don't want these people making my coffee now.
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It's all about the the scale, dammit. A Chicago-style apartment building? At least a dozen teensy units (at maybe $1500 a month each) units per floor? No BFD...but why should the greedheads stop at a mere eleven stories and 163 units? Why not 22 stories and 326 units? Or 44 stories and 652 units? Or 88 stories and 1304 units?
Who cares about the parking for such a monstrosity? Millennials don't want to drive or own cars anymore. doncha know. They're doing it in Brooklyn (erecting massive1,000-unit towers), and all the slick magazines say Cleveland is the next Brooklyn, so why the hell not?
On a (rare) clear day, they could see forever...or at least to Sandusky.
Chuckles the Clown
April 26- 2, 2017
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