Kevin Murphy

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Supported a comment by Peter Macone on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
Peter Macone
This area will need day and night “welcoming” transportation options (such as the pedl cab that currently exists) in order to grow the “gas light” district.
In a mill building in this area, is a top of the line recording studio attracting national musical acts, why couldn’t the gaslight district be our artists/live music village? The city can’t control landlords, but it would be great if it could find ways to transport people to this area, light the area, keep it safe, improve aesthetics, and seek grant $ to focus funds on one specific area, w a specific goal.
Supported a comment by William Anzalone on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
William Anzalone
How is there still a burnt out former Michael hair school building here in what should be prime real estate next to the arena
Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
I live close to this Cemetery and find it is a nice place to ride my bike and escape the city for a bit. While I have noticed a presence of derelict behavior it is nothing out of the ordinary for the city. Perhaps creating a sort of Historical Orientated scavenger hunt within the confines of the Cemetery would attract more people, giving it a sense of both purpose and place, afterall it is about the closest thing and most "vast" example we have of nature Downtown Manchester. Also it is across the street from a beautiful yet virtually unkown part of manchester which is the cobblestone streets of Grove st. Allot of potential.
Followed Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago