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Old Posted Yesterday, 8:20 PM
Thirsty Thirsty is offline
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I wish UA would get their act together on this. The remaining university buildings that won't be part of this project are all eyesores on lots that are not big enough to be developed into anything significant on their own.
The article said UA pulled out because it is writing an new development plan. I'm guessing this means they have their own plans for the eyesores.

I don't know who to credit, the university or the neighborhood associations, but the UA has by choice or by force begun to make infill a focus of its growth.
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The article said UA pulled out because it is writing an new development plan. I'm guessing this means they have their own plans for the eyesores.

I don't know who to credit, the university or the neighborhood associations, but the UA has by choice or by force begun to make infill a focus of its growth.
Sadly, I'd say there's probably no way the university has any significant plans for 1145 North Campbell. They may have some ideas for the whole Babcock facility on the other side but I don't know these developers were really looking to use that space.
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