More steps to nowhere 

I thought I’d walk around and enjoy the dogwood trees before they drop their colors.  I really like the mini-valley over around SE 30th between Harrison and Division, which also happens to have a lot of dogwood activity.  Along the way, I noticed a familiar sight at 30th and Grant:  missing trees and a vacant lot.

  

It’s a sizeable lot. If it’s truly for high density redevelopment, you can cram a lot of people on that corner.  There were no yard signs expressing frustration at the direction the neighborhood is headed.  This is very close to the canyon of cubes on Division, so the situation bears monitoring.

The previous house was built in 1920.  It survived 95 years.

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Posted on April 8, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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