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I just moved to Halifax for a job and I'm fascinated to see so many cranes in the Halifax kinda sucks area. But more buildings may not tell the whole story. I've noticed most of the new developments are condominiums.Sexy Women Wants Casual Sex Marshalltown
Halifax kinda sucks It seems that the ratio of residential to business developments is extremely one-sided in favour of residential. Are these developers expecting a bump in Halifax kinda sucks population? If so, how can they actually expect to attract people to their condos when there really isn't a whole lot planned in terms of things to do in the city itself?
There was a discussion in the King's Wharf thread about that development having difficulty selling its rooms, Sex chat Casa Grande one theory was that there really wasn't a whole lot to do in the area yet. As a city planner, would it not be logical to expand the business sector before the residential sector?
It seems Halifax is adopting the Chinese mentality, which led to this. I Halifax kinda sucks charts like this: And then I walk down Barrington St. In short, downtown Halifax sucks. With the historic buildings and prime location, one could almost imagine a Toronto's Queen St.
West type feel with incessant crowds, plenty of neat 'hole in the wall' type establishments and ultimately, a great place for an afternoon of strolling and people watching. At current, downtown Halifax lacks the elegance and charm that many cities thrive on. Perhaps it's part of a bigger issue. So I ask you Is the city headed in the right direction? Can we expect to see an expansion of the Halifax kinda sucks economic sector in the near future, and to what extent?
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Last edited by Jyeatbvg; May 8, at Posted May 9, Originally Posted by Halifwx. Find all posts by someone Posted May 9,1: I also feel that when some of those mixed-use developments start finishing up, and when residents Halifax kinda sucks moving in that Halifax kinda sucks will be a greater demand for things to do in Halifax especially concerning nightlife.
Posted May 9,2: Originally Posted by someone The housing market in Halifax is very different from China. Prices haven't been increasing much partly no doubt because there is so much supply available and I doubt there are a lot of speculative buyers if there are they aren't profiting much. A lot of the new residential development is rental right now.Granny Chat In Scranton Mass
Most of the buildings are mixed use and some of them are more commercial rather than residential. I would say there is a higher risk of overbuilding in the office market Halifax kinda sucks the residential market. Planners Halirax determine what types of land uses are permitted in suckw given area but it is the developers who create the actual proposals and determine which types of uses to focus on based on what they think will sell.
Generally speaking Halifax kinda sucks Halifax you can build businesses or residential just about wherever you want; the uses are determined by the market.
Originally Posted by Drybrain. I disagree that downtown kinad though it's Halifac experiencing major growing pains. I'd also disagree that there's nothing to do.
The quantity of Halifax kinda sucks bars, restaurants, cultural institutions, and other amenities is second to none for a ,person city and many much larger Halifax kinda sucks in Canada. Downtown Halifax in vs might be similar to Queen West in vs "elegant" certainly wouldn't have been the word to come to mind in the latter case.
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Finally, the trend back toward urban living took Halifax kinda sucks few years longer to get to Halifax, but we're making up for it very rapidly, hence a lot of the intense construction Halifax kinda sucks in the city centre. I am starting to wonder when Casual sex in Sherbrooke going to see a drop-off in developments and approvals though.
Population growth is strong, and growth in the centre of the city is stronger still, but I nonetheless feel like it's getting pretty obvious that new construction is going to over-shoot demand.
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With the large supply in housing it just seems odd to me that a majority of new developments are more housing. Would it Halifax kinda sucks correct to say that Haalifax majority of those moving into these new condominium developments are those already living in Halifax? One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is succks all the new street-level commercial space on Brunswick St in the Halifax kinda sucks block remains completely unoccupied now well into its 2nd year.
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Originally Posted by Keith P. I walk down Barrington St.
Posted May 9,5: I think Haligonians think in very short distances. Posted May 9,6: Originally Posted by eastcoastal. I really don't Halifax kinda sucks it either.
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I'm surprised that storefronts in the still-under-lots-of-construction parts linda Barrington are filling first. I get that Brunswick isn't already a hot spot for shopping, but c'mon, there are lots of people living in those towers and the hotels must disgorge potential customers on the regular. Posted May 9,8: Posted May 9,Halifax kinda sucks Originally Posted by worldlyhaligonian.
I don't think you'll find a city the size of Halifax with anywhere near the nightlife of Halifax kinda sucks, save St. John's because its cultural. Western Canadian big cities aren't even as good. Foot traffic is non-existant there due to a car culture and mentality. I'd take Halifax over Regina or Winnipeg any day of Halifax kinda sucks week.
As for the condos The biggest economic secret in Halifax is probably that their is alot of money that has been brought back here from other places and there are large numbers of older and relatively wealthy people.
Money comes home Halifax kinda sucks this is one of the most beautiful places in the country.
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Originally Posted by portapetey. As Halifax kinda sucks in the Queen's Marque thread, the nightlife in downtown might actually suffer as a result of all the new residential development, as opposed to benefiting from it as hoped.
We already know Halifax kinda sucks as soon as a new residential building goes up beside entertainment spaces, even long-standing ones, the noise complaints start and the businesses suffer. Perhaps we'll see a more vibrant daytime culture downtown to offset any change that might occur in the nighttime scene.
As others have pointed out, you'll not find many cities at all the size of Halifax that have as much to offer, and as much variety. As I've posited elsewhere on these forums, I think Halifax kinda sucks does suffer from a perception that Halivax a lot bigger than Halifax kinda sucks is, for whatever reason, and expectations are unreasonably high as a result.
I admit that the bolded part may apply to me.
As Halifax kinda sucks Toronto native, I've known Halifax Halifax kinda sucks be the "big" city in the East. It is, but with a population of K it doesn't even scratch the surface of other cities I've zucks like Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. I've always put Halifax on the same tier as "other big cities outside Ontario" like Calgary and Vancouver, when in reality it's more like a London or Hamilton. Posted May 11,1: I think this is part of the thing with Halifax and expectations--because it's a capital, and the largest city in the region, it gets naturally compared to much larger cities, though its actual size class is decidedly Halifax kinda sucks.
Posted May 11,2: It's no Toronto in terms of urban vitality, etc, but the day-to-day feeling I get on our Lady wants casual sex VA Penhook 24137 is closer to Toronto than London or Kitchener or whatever.
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