Message - BUILD MORE LIKE Reserve Square AFTER 9.11.01

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Posted by  BUILD BIG on March 30, 2003 at 16:09:44:

On 9/11/01, two planes were hijacked and flown directly into the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center. Both buildings collapsed blanketing lower Manhattan with debris. rebuild wtc2 with offices
- build more like Reserve Square -------------------------------------
downtown Cleveland, the area's largest multi-use building complex "The Park on Twelfth" [Reserve Square] (comprised of 1000 apartments, 500,000 sq.ft. of commercial office space, a retail mall and hotel built in 1972) was prime for a multi-million dollar redevelopment apartments for NONDRIVERS OLDLY BLIND PEOPLE HANDICAP this building design make it easyer for the fire fighters in case of a fire CAN.T RISK OLDLY BLIND PEOPLE HANDICAP IN A VERY HIGH MIX USE BUILDING STOP ALL MIX USE buildings WENT WEATHY LIVING ONLY OVER STORS MOST STOP Reserve Square show yon can build big but not very high do to terrorism risk on OLDLY BLIND PEOPLE and HANDICAP build building designs like river city chicago it 15 story high

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