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04-20-2013, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by JimAnchower View Post
Perhaps I should say no one would want to do that in a suburban environment. Wrigleyville in Chicago is another example of people willing to deal with the problems of living near a ballpark. People would be willing to do it in a trendy part of the city, mostly because the traffic and noise isn't going to have a big difference on a game day versus a non game day.
Thats true. However, these days "suburban life style centers" where you have mid-rise apartment complexes/townhouses/retail/office all together have become fairly trendy. It gives people and urban feel without having to deal with urban issues like crime, subpar schools, etc.

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