What Indy can learn from two cities that created great neighborhoods
Mar 13, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Indianapolis Star
The Short North neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, has gone from being "basically skid row" in the '70s to a destination spot with galleries, restaurants, bars, shops and condos, thanks to the work of forward-looking investors and artists in the '80s. / Alan Petersime / The Star Zoom Public art -- including "Ann Dancing" at the intersection of ...
Short north is despite Coleman, and other vile democrats.
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