Donnally Street eyed for Charleston E...

Donnally Street eyed for Charleston Edge project

There are 7 comments on the Charleston Gazette story from Jul 30, 2013, titled Donnally Street eyed for Charleston Edge project. In it, Charleston Gazette reports that:

The upper end of Capitol Street could become a bit more lively at night, and more pedestrian-friendly, if the city builds Charleston Edge -- a multiuse facility with affordable housing for young professionals -- on this parking lot at the corner of Donnally Street.

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Nanami

Charleston, WV

#1 Jul 30, 2013
Affordable housing huh? Literally shipping the darkies in. Great. First Huntington now Charleston. Just what the state needs is more darkies milking an already broke system.
meds

Chesapeake, OH

#2 Jul 30, 2013
Nanami wrote:
Affordable housing huh? Literally shipping the darkies in. Great. First Huntington now Charleston. Just what the state needs is more darkies milking an already broke system.
Its not projects its "affordable housing to young proffessionals"
Triple K

Charleston, WV

#3 Jul 30, 2013
Not the projects YET. there's NOT that many young "professionals"
In charleston because they all get the hell out of this third world state. This is doomed. Fail.
telephony

Hansford, WV

#4 Jul 30, 2013
everyone that owns an iphone thinks they're a young professional. I wonder how they would get through this life if they had to actually interact with people face to face.

Since: Jul 13

Cedar Grove, WV

#5 Jul 31, 2013
This idea is wonderful! It will bring more gay people into the city. More gays will mean more art, good food and well decorated apartments.
shartstorm

Hansford, WV

#6 Aug 3, 2013
Graham Kracker wrote:
This idea is wonderful! It will bring more gay people into the city. More gays will mean more art, good food and well decorated apartments.
and more drama, drunkeness and wine sales.
Sad Really

Charleston, WV

#7 Aug 4, 2013
The future of Charleston which really is the present in a way is one group of wealthy people that live on top of hills and send their kids to Catholic. Another group of ghetto people that will live on the flats and then a group of urban professionals that reside in rentals/condos. No place for middle class families though. Watching the town go down the drain day by day.

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