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Not in a good way.

While Chris at rightfully pointed out that he’s glad it’s being reused
. I’m looking forward to the day, when developers like Rosati, don’t shit all over our built heritage.

Why do we have to accept the fact that the building is being reused, but now it looks like a bag of shit?

In this city it always seems to be about doing as cheaply as possible, with the lowest cost materials, never about quality.

Rosati, has shown again, that they have no regard for the architectural history of our city. So what, big deal, they left a tiny bit of brick exposed.

I for one am sick of constantly having to settle for the silver medal in this city. It’s time for the planning department to grow some stones, and put policies in place that keep the look of our urban spaces as they should be.


Also to all my American readers, today is your election day.

Make sure you get out and vote. Good luck.

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