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Posted by  Michael on January 02, 2004 at 06:59:57:

In Reply to:  Itialian hill town posted by Carl Young on December 29, 2003 at 19:40:17:

I just wanted to respond to your posting because I have had a dream to develop a small retail community based on a similar geographic concept. Actually my dream was to have two or three countries represented in the retail community tied together by a common plaza. Your development is a noble one and parallels that of one of the most prominent developers here in Kansas City. If you are at all familiar with Kansas City you know of the Plaza which is an upscale retail development based on Spanish Architecture.

If your search is unproductive consider contracting my firm to research and create concepts for your development, and if desired provide architecture and interior design for the project. One of my networked architects lived and practiced in Italy for many years and has an extensive knowledge of style, and construction materials and methods. I have two other architects with upscale retail, exclusive home, condominium, and large scale project development experience. One specifically can come to the table with an historic preservation perspective; working to establish concepts and a design that appears historic although it is new construction. Our team members have no less than 20 years experience.

You may reach me via email with contact information and I would be happy to contact you to discuss your needs further.

Best Regards,
Michael Ellis

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