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Supported a comment by T Su on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
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It is not easy to be informed. We have to seek this out and provide input. I don't think the message is getting out to all the population that frequents this area.
Commented on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
The connectivity between the shops and restaurants here to Gwinnett Place Mall is really important to maintain.
Commented on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
This side of the mall feels even more auto-centric than Pleasant Hill.
Commented on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
This area refers to west of 85 and east of 85 as two different areas. The identities, communities served, all differ. So does the vibrancy. A better way to connect these two areas would be beneficial.
Commented on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Important to continue to work with MegaMart (which serves a huge portion of the population here with affordable, culturally-appropriate goods and groceries) and other establishments around it to understand how best to redevelop this space.
Commented on Reclaim Gwinnett Place Mall 3 weeks, 3 days ago
I think of developments like Little Tokyo in Los Angeles as an example of how cultural identity can be shaped together with development. There is a certain scale, style, uses that are culturally appropriate for the communities who have lived and grown Gwinnett Place Mall and the areas around it. Developments like Ponce City Market or Avalon may create great regional destinations but are not culturally friendly for those who live, work, and recreate in that area everyday. There are also pockets of non-white population in this area that are aging and want to age in place - having culturally appropriate and sensitive, and different housing types that can be available would be wonderful.