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I wish you had given us a better understanding of how all these uses co exit in close proximity. You think it is a place where new businesses would locate or even people would want to live? I am from NY City, We got rid of our sex shops in times square for a different kind of porn with big signs called Disney and Nike peddaling their stuff. What I am trying to say is that after reading your post I was left with a desire to know more from a planners perspective. Thanks. I appreciate your blog and will follow it in the future.