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post #1396 of 1897
Another point of distinction is that New York luckily escaped the Robert Moses era with its best historic neighborhoods still intact. The success of the preservationist movement since the 1970's has had a significant effect on New York's architectural legacy. The gentrification of neighborhoods like Chelsea, Soho, etc. has been tremendously positive in urban design theory as their value finally became understood. Chicago thrived as an architectural center in the 20's-60's when there was little value seen in historic preservation and the city quietly lost a great deal of their historic structures and neighborhoods. I've been looking through Adler & Sullivan's catalogue raisonne and over 50-60% of their Chicago buildings were torn down between the 50's and 80's. It's a travesty.
post #1397 of 1897
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The game be the game.
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you mah nigga' (but no homo)
Stop that. You're white, and you're lame. Its a fucking law of nature.
post #1398 of 1897
NVM
post #1399 of 1897
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NVM
I just came from the George Carlin thread. His spirit flows through me.
post #1400 of 1897
How come I don't see any pics? I believe most of yous live in public restrooms.
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post #1402 of 1897
I remember thinking how cool that was the first time you posted it. How much are you asking to rent said love shack?
post #1403 of 1897
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Where are you going to live?
post #1404 of 1897
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Never saw it till now. Real nice!
post #1405 of 1897
We live in the crawl space above already. We're hoping to get about $2800/month for that unit. Hopefully it will rent as easily as last time without all of our wonderful things inside as advertisement.
post #1406 of 1897
You live in a crawl space????????
post #1407 of 1897
Well...a large one bedroom crawlspace with a deck that one can see the Pacific Ocean from on a clear day, but more or less.
post #1408 of 1897
Wow, you have some large crawl spaces in CA. Here, a crawl space is something you can barely stand up in!
post #1409 of 1897
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Well...a large one bedroom crawlspace with a deck that one can see the Pacific Ocean from on a clear day, but more or less.

Do you have a separate bathroom and kitchen up there?
post #1410 of 1897
Yes, it isn't actually a crawl space.
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