Originally Posted by GloucesterChief
Thats nice. Its not your property. Wishing for it to be stolen reeks of worst kind of authoritarianism.
Like I said, I don't agree with Seattle's approach necessarily.
But let's be real about something. Surface lots are destroyers of urban centers, and I think they are entirely more difficult to get rid of than they should be.
By the way, I think it's interesting that a lot of the people who don't care about gentrification are probably the same people outraged about this parking lot situation. They're essentially doing something very similar.