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March 21, 2007


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Rick Wamre

I want to believe in this project as much as anyone, because it will be great for the neighborhood and great for small businesses like ours. But does it seem possible, as the developers are saying, that this $300 million project will be started by 2008 and completed — completely done and built out — by 2010? That just seems like an incredibly quick timeline to me, particularly if there really is no anchor tenant (or even non-anchor tenant). Again, I want to believe, but...

Keri Mitchell

We'll be following this closely over the next few, well, years, both on our blog and in our magazine. (In fact, our April cover story focuses on future development in Lake Highlands, and it was finished and ready for publication when we got wind of the town meeting. Needless to say, some tweaking took place.) I've been promised some of Tuesday night's renderings that I plan to post on the blog, so be watching for them to appear.

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