Issues concerning Downtown as described by the Downtown Council. River to 31st Street, I-35 to Bruce R. Watkins.
I didn't think something so hideous could be spelled the same as vinyl records. Plus, I was just too lazy to look up the spelling.pash wrote:If we're going to continue this line of discussion, can we at least agree that's it's spelled "vinyl"?
You're just flashing back to your visit to Prairie Phyre...JBmidtown wrote:I just wish it was like foil "holographic" and shimmered at sunset. Also I'm running a fever so take that with a grain of salt I guess.
loftguy wrote:You're just flashing back to your visit to Prairie Phyre...JBmidtown wrote:I just wish it was like foil "holographic" and shimmered at sunset. Also I'm running a fever so take that with a grain of salt I guess.
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Terrace on Walnut Apartment Project Opens ‘Just Under the Wire’ for Tour
https://cityscenekc.com/terrace-on-waln ... -for-tour/A development that converted a former newspaper warehouse at 1721 Walnut St. into 38 market-rate apartments is off to a fast start, leasing a dozen units barely a week after its opening.
The Terrace on Walnut project was ready for showing “just under the wire” for last weekend’s Urban Homes Tour, said Katie Redmon, the leasing agent.
We've discussed how minimalism can look cheap if not pulled off well. This looks pretty good in real life in contrast to the old surrounding buildings, much better than the pics. It complements the red brick. Wouldn't want to see a row of these but scattered around Xroads could work.