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1953
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Here are some more cell phone pics, this time from Grand Circus Park. They didn't turn out as well - I think it was too sunny - but you get the general idea; the general idea being that Quicken should locate here post haste.

http://www.grandcircuspark.com/mob ile_pics/pics2.htm

(Message edited by 1953 on June 14, 2006)
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Andyguard73
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The shots of the buildings north of the park are really cool. . .It reminds me of some of the views of the buildings lining Central Park.
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Gistok
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Great pics 1953! Good analogy with Central Park Andy. Lets hope none of these buildings meet the wreakers ball. The only one that was torn down so far was the HURLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING just east of the Kales Building. It was torn down in the mid 20th Century.

I do hope that the Fine Arts Building (Adams Theatre entrance)can be restored.

And now with the Statler gone, the United Artists Building really dominates that stretch of GCP west.
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1953
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Imagine Quicken Loans on the southside, in all its glory. Ahh, to dream.
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Eastsidedog
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Gorgeous. Thanks for posting 1953. :-)
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1953
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My pleasure.
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Haydenth
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Does that Hazen Pingree statue remind anyone else of V. Lenin or is it just me?
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1953
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Haha. It does. Both were the idol of the people.

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