Friday, February 12, 2010
Turning Junction houses into stores
Above a Tokyo store with the approx built volume of Junction row house that is a compact and pleasant store. Can Junction houses be converted into stores such as those in other parts of the city - one example being the Yorkville area.
Maybe we need some transformation like Mirvish Village along a particular street, or could the Junction residents request the city to allow retail in the lane ways (this authors preference) this would allow the a great amount of retail development in the Junction.
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Melbourne's (Australia) city laneways and arcades are the most sought-after retail space in the city, according to a CB Richard Ellis report - a retail agent . People flock there, particularly to eat and drink, and more and more shop owners are scrambling to get in on the action. What about the Junction.
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