3 Responses to “Is a great face enough or does the entire body have to match?”


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  1. Anonymous

    Nice Double Entendre!

  2. tom veil

    I live in the building next to The Ashton, and I completely disagree. The sides of the building have very nice masonry that matches the neighboring buildings, and was laboriously and painstakingly assembled over several weeks. The front is just a couple panes of glass and that stupid handle thing on the top, both of which they slapped on in a couple days.

  3. Scenic Artisan

    whats going on with the ywca building?
    is the HVAC system part of that building or the mather?

    perhaps theres speculation that a building would go there?

    i would think a cool sculptural installation or tasteful use of color would be nice touches to those insets.