He says he came out of retirement for the Braves move: http://mayorofponce.com/
I've seen claims, most recently in a Mayor of Ponce blogpost, that the Braves hindered development around the stadium because they weren't getting a big enough piece of the pie. Is there any truth to those claims or is that just speculation?
...that outta do it.
The footprint of the Ted and surrounding parking lots is much bigger than Glenwood Park and Atlantic Station. I can't see either being a good model for future development in this space. I suspect Reed was just paying lip service to those with business interests in Atlantic Station who have reason to fear a competing development just a few miles down 85/75.
From my vantage point in District 5, Enterkin is Archibong's biggest concern, not Rinker.
Cassie - there is "low income housing" within walking distance, the Trestletrees being the most prominent.
Please don't name it "Hotlanta."
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