The pitchforks are coming out. And Westside isn't the only neighborhood where the vibe is getting a little on the intense and hostile side between developers, builders, and residents.KCPowercat wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:12 pmMan I love the westside but I would totally hate living there with those neighbors between their fighting the condo development to closed off selling of property to complaining about market rates to now trying to zone their way into stopping housing just like they live in from being built. What s shame.
Discuss items in the urban core outside of Downtown as described above. Everything in the core including the east side (18th & Vine area), Plaza, Westport, Brookside, Valentine, Waldo, 39th street, & the entire midtown area.
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Its funny how real estate works, people in the burbs hate it when density comes in with new apartments, lower income types start moving in because they say it will hurt property values. Lower income people hate it when gentrification comes in there neighborhood with increasing density, building new houses/condos because they say it will force them out/increase property values.