I would've voted for Mad City if it were on the list but since it isn't I voted for Milwaukee. Actually I think Milwaukee and the Twin Cities are in a tie. The tie breaker for me is that I'm from Wisconsin and I know Milwaukee alot more than I do the Cities.Badgers77 said:Madison is booming... not sure why it's not a choice.
LOL!! Someone from Louisville knows all about the boom towns.SChristopher said:To classify any of these cities as being in a BOOM would be a vast exageration in my opinion.
Oh man, it was dead before it was even proposed. It breaks at least 3 laws, including one because it's in a flight path to the airport. However, it has opened some eyes and started some discussion as to where Madison is headed, which is exactly what Brink meant to do with his proposal (applaud Mr. Brink), but that's more for the Madison thread for specifics.ReddAlert said:yeah..thats true!^ Most people here dont even realize all the numerous developments going on in Madison. So many midrise...yet beautiful condos. Then there was that 570 foot megalith. Is that officially dead now Jason...or are they scaling it down?
I am not FROM Louisville mister defensive, I am merely here right now, I move all over. To clear things up for you I am FROM Los Angeles, and in terms of a boom it sits on your city's face. Anywho I find yours to be a great city just not in a BOOM compared to others that rightfully are. Many of these are simply recovering.twincities03 said:LOL!! Someone from Louisville knows all about the boom towns.
Since 2004, 6,000 units have been annouced or completed in downtown Minneapolis, plus the cultural projecst. Other than Chicago, there isn't one city in the midwest that can compete. Again, most cities in the south can't compare.