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1

Housing in Portland is tanking...so all the single family units surrounding this habitrail for hippies should be a far better bargain.

2
Yet more proof (as if any was needed) that bicycle riders are extraordinary people with superior ideas. I thank Jah every day that I was not born a car driver.
3
um, I hate to point this out, but just about everywhere else in the world having space for parking 60 bikes outside an apartment building is the norm.
4
If it's any consolation the project was designed by the Seattle-based firm, Schemata Workshop. You can read my recent story about their planned cohousing project on Capitol Hill here:

http://capitolhillseattle.com/2010/04/01…

I'm not sure if it will be specifically bike-oriented but it won't include any parking. That is certainly a huge step.
5
I get Portland envy whenever I want to go to a number of fabulous cool vintage/junk stores, or when I want to go to second run cinemas and not schlep all the way out to fuckin' 125th Street, or when I want to see full-frontal strippers, or when I want to ride some cool mass transit, or hang out in neighborhoods where there is cool, smart city-planning and not a hodgepodge of ugly, inappropriate, developer knows best crap buildings...
6
Indeeeeed, Michael.

You should have P-envy more often, Cienna, if you're being honest with yourself.
7
Like a bike ghetto! Yay! What a great idea. Keep all the assholes in one place so the rest of us can avoid them and have safe, non-bike infested sidewalks and cross the street in peace!

Please wait...

and remember to be decent to everyone
all of the time.

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