Yeah, not the nicest looking sign, I don't think the font suits the building. I will be happy to see it open, and some more people roaming the area.Isn’t it awful looking? Those funky glass panels look pretty good though. Haven’t been in the hotel side for a while but I can say that it is very difficult getting around inside the resi building due to all the electronic locks being locked. Pretty frustrating on top of the freaking maze of staircases in the place.
I think what is often under-appreciated in the inner city's evolution is that the northern half (everything north of 12th Avenue) of the Beltline never really was a residential community. Even in the 1960s, there was only a few blocks that had residents at all, overtime even these were replaced with the warehouse / rail-based industrial and office (also parking lots) uses that we see today in the majority of the area.Yeah, not the nicest looking sign, I don't think the font suits the building. I will be happy to see it open, and some more people roaming the area.