"A Library Without Books" should be the "Central Library Theme". A Technology Library will serve the future and the past. It will serve all patrons. But, the greatest value will come from its "Machines". Anyone, should be able to start a company. In today's "World", access to Computers and other machines. Are a must, for anyone starting a business. Using a "social asset" to provide "equity" is important!
Let's be Honest, we live in a "Region". There, I've said it and have been saying it for over 20 years. Until, we wrap our minds around that simple "Fact"? We, will continue,to forfeit our ability to maximize efforts. Millennials are not interested in cars. Its a "generation phenomenon" that exist "Worldwide". I think, we have a "factor" for our decision making. If, transit is designed correctly? We, may be able, to retrieve some of the momentum we've lost?
To "ALL Young People"! America, will not be ruled by "SAVAGES"! Everyone is entitled to respect. However, there are times, when that does not occur. Are you going to kill, loot and burn everytime? Well, don't be surprised, if the Police, shoot everytime. My support, rest with right, not color! ENJOY....LIVING!
"Walk_Ups" are the best use for this area. With varying designs, to allow for outdoor dining, etc. Also, it will help with crime in that surveillance cameras, can be better positioned. A shopping center, even with Wal-Mart flies in the face of current Trends. I thought, the end of the Shopping Center era and its reasons, were apparent?
It will take between 10 and 25 billion dollars to bring about any transforming results. Having the stadium being built, only adds pressure for more development. You don't maximize the value of the stadium, if you don't provide additional development. Grand hotels and restaurants are only the beginning of the heart beat of a "transit city". Dealing with "Transients" requires magnificence not seen in other places. The World of Coke and the other attractions are not enough. The "Wow Factor" must be introduced into this region and right now!
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