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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous. View Post
    Still haven't seen the sign illuminated.
    I noticed it is hooked up now as of a week or two ago, but yes no light from it yet.

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    The sign is now lit up:


  3. #253

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    Rode my bike around Deep Deuce today and snapped some pictures of some small projects.

    I really like this small development just south of Maywood.
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    This project that sits between the brownstones is really disappointing. Almost no details. Super plain. As long as other residences are built east of it, it won't really be noticeable. (sorry for the sideways picture, I never understand why that happens once I post on the site)
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    These new residences are along 3rd and really look great. In my opinion, they contrast well with the other brownstones.
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    I remember when this little addition went in and it seemed out of place, but you hardly notice it now that another building butts up against it. This is from the back of the building obviously. Pretty rare to have a little yard like this in the core.
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    (It looks like a couple bonus pictures of the Steelyard and nearby developments are in the thunbnails)
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    Did those have to get design review?

  5. #255

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankrutka View Post
    Rode my bike around Deep Deuce today and snapped some pictures of some small projects.

    I really like this small development just south of Maywood.
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    This project that sits between the brownstones is really disappointing. Almost no details. Super plain. As long as other residences are built east of it, it won't really be noticeable. (sorry for the sideways picture, I never understand why that happens once I post on the site)
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    These new residences are along 3rd and really look great. In my opinion, they contrast well with the other brownstones.
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    I remember when this little addition went in and it seemed out of place, but you hardly notice it now that another building butts up against it. This is from the back of the building obviously. Pretty rare to have a little yard like this in the core.
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    (It looks like a couple bonus pictures of the Steelyard and nearby developments are in the thunbnails)
    Nice

  6. Default Re: Deep Deuce District

    Much needed fresh coat of paint going up on the bridge now.


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    Much needed for sure. Looks good!

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    ^^^^^^^
    Itís being painted because there is going to be a public art project installed on this bridge. Rather than a mural in this case it is going to involve lighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanized View Post
    ^^^^^^^
    It’s being painted because there is going to be a public art project installed on this bridge. Rather than a mural in this case it is going to involve lighting.
    ooooooohhh!! Sounds really cool!

  10. #260

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanized View Post
    ^^^^^^^
    It’s being painted because there is going to be a public art project installed on this bridge. Rather than a mural in this case it is going to involve lighting.
    Just don’t touch the 2007 Hokey Okie train with people waving out of a 19th century steam engine!!!!

  11. #261

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    I am sure there’s a plan to address this as they finish up construction, but it’s pretty amazing there’s still no sidewalk connecting Deep Deuce to Bricktown along Russell M. Perry. If you want to walk from your expensive condo in the into Bricktown you just have to walk in the street with cars speeding along.

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