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Katie Boserup, Renter in Newport Beach, CA
Wed Jul 10, 2013
Katie Boserup asked:
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Andrew Wilki…, Trulia Community Manager in San Francisco, CA
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hi there,

This is a great question. I recommend that you repost this question in our Norfolk, VA section to get more answers, which you can find here:

Good luck with your search,

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Laurakiley, Home Buyer in Jupiter, FL
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Laurakiley answered:
Very family oriented with green markets and movie nights at Constitution park
Safe, beautiful, friendly. For families there are parks galore with opportunities to meet other families at every turn. We have an extraordinary coffee shop here called Oceana which serves world class coffee as well as a great place to socialize. ... more
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Mike Costanzo,  in Chicago, IL
Fri Jun 14, 2013
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Betina Forem…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Tue Jun 4, 2013
Betina Foreman answered:
Follow the link below to their webpage. Then call Marie or Jennifer to schedule a facility tour or start your membership in the club. Its a gorgeous club and they have lots of amenities. ... more
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Lili Chen, Real Estate Pro in Arcadia, CA
Wed May 29, 2013
Lili Chen answered:
Hope International which located in 1735 S Baldwin Ave has free lunch every Sunday from 1pm-2pm.
Everyone is welcome to join our big family.
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Bill & Cyndi…, Real Estate Pro in Blairsville, GA
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Bill & Cyndi Daves answered:
Carey - The simple answer is as"so far, no". However, it's not necessarily an easy metric to track. Not much time has elapsed since the approvals were given, and it will take a bit of time to work through the processes before the first shovel of dirt will turn.

Do we anticipate an increase in activity? Absolutely. Do we see that it will have a positive impact on property values? Absolutely. The first activity will, for certain, be construction workers coming in to the area. They will occupy every available rental, hotel and/or RV site to be found. If you own a vacation rental home though I wouldn't jump and down and shout for joy! These are not necessarily the most desirable tenants for your beautifully appointed mountain get-away. Rather this initial group will be construction workers (think hard hats and muddy boots) looking for inexpensive housing who don't mind "bunking" with 5 or 6 of their closest buddies.

The second phase of trades - plumber, electrical, mechanical will be a bit more "tidy" since they work mainly indoors!

Finally after what seems like an eternity construction will be complete and the doors will be ready to open. That should be when we see an influx of activity. Visitors will come to the area to enjoy the casino and, hopefully, decide they'd love to have a place of their own here.

Hope this helps and, if you have a property in the area that you'd be interested in marketing, please don't hesitate to give us a call.
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Maureen Mart…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Maureen Martin answered:
Circle C has great community facilities and Lifetime Fitness has three swimming pools if you don't need the country club. Two of their pools are great for children and have slides. One is outdoor and one indoor. They have a kid's club and fabulous gym and great classes for adults. ... more
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Dawn Rivera, Real Estate Pro in Fremont, CA
Sat Apr 20, 2013
Dawn Rivera answered:
I love mission peak and coyote hills as well. And if you are a beginner you can start at don edwards. You can walk over to coyote hills from there or start slow and just do a 45 min walk at don edwards. Have fun! Dawn ... more
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Michelle Arn…, Real Estate Pro in Yuma, AZ
Sat Apr 6, 2013
Michelle Arnold answered:
Hmmm, That is a TOUGH Question!! It depends on what you want to eat.

I like the Chop House (for steaks), Da Boyz Pizza and Pasta (The Ambiance in the downtown location is my favorite, but the food at both locations is YUMMY), Market Wine & Bistro, River City Grill and Ciao Bella for finer dining. Hunter Steakhouse is good, too but the steak at the Chophouse is the best. It is just a friendlier more home style restaurant. I like Daybreakers Cafe in the Foothills for Breakfast 24/7. The Garden Cafe downtown open until May is also a Favorite for Brunch on Sundays and Breakfast & Lunch other days. Mexican food is best at Los Heraduras, Mi Rancho and La Fonda. Steiners Deli is also a favorite.

In the winter time we also have several food Vendors that open up just in the winter time in a parking area and in the Swap Meets. THEY are excellent!! Still under the Health Department Regulations so they are regulated. My favorites are the Thai place and the Taco stand in the Foothills off of Fortuna near Walgreens.

We also have a number of chain restaurants as well that are outstanding- Ah-So Sushi and Teppenayki, Olive Garden, Chillis, Red Lobster, Applebee's, Cracker Barrel, Mimi's Cafe, Kneaders Bakery and Deli, and a Number of Fast food joints, too. one you may recognize is A&W our A&W is combined with a KFC in the Foothills on Fortuna.

I know that is a lot of info, but Food is one of my favorite things so I could go on forever on the subject. I hope that helps! Always it when in doubt. :~)
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Mack McCoy, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Wed Apr 3, 2013
Mack McCoy answered:
Cafe Besalu has the best pastry I've ever had, and I have hit the Parisian patisseries hard in my visits!

Ballard is a Urban Village success story - great restaurants, dive restaurants, shopping, a movie theater . . . ... more
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Gil Faust,  in Oakland, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Gil Faust answered:
SF to great food city to another. I would talk about all the incredible restaurants and bars throughout Oakland. A walk around Lake Merritt and a cocktail at the Lake Chalet bar is fun. A walk through Joanquin Miller and Redwood Regional Parks and their beautiful redwood forests is totally cool. If they are jazz fans, Yoshi's at Jack London Square showcases phenomenal talent. Sunset from the patio bar at The Claremont Resort is wonderful. Trattoria La Siciliana harkens back to the days before North Beach was the destination for old school Italian food. They could take the BART to Olivetto's, right across the street from the Rockridge BART station. Or have them get off at the 19th street station and walk a few blocks up to Grand Ave. where the art and restaurant scene, witht the help of other SF migrants, is in full swing. ... more
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Richard H. L…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Sat Mar 23, 2013
Richard H. Lovell answered:
Almost any of the five boroughs is my "favorite place" to celebrate almost anything. It depends on where everyone is coming from before (or going to after) the get together. Brooklyn has Williamsburg, Queens has Astoria and Forest Hills, Manhattan has - well Manhattan has everything. ... more
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Kiwewesi, Home Buyer in Houston, TX
Fri Mar 22, 2013
Kiwewesi answered:
chk out lucy's lounge on wensdays for elegant nigerian sene,the also have belly dancers not trash in the red room. This uyo style spot even great for a non drinker who likes to listen to music and have shish. ... more
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Amanda, Renter in San Antonio, TX
Wed Mar 20, 2013
Amanda answered:
I am currently looking for a house to lease here in SA. I am struggling at finding a community here that is in comparison to Austin. So far I like Alamo Hts, Olmos Park, and the new dev by the brewery. It is the most like the Austin community. If you have any ideas please let me know.
Thank you,
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Karen Jo Dol…, Real Estate Pro in Dillon, CO
Sat Mar 16, 2013
Karen Jo Dolamore answered:
Well, the weather could be better, but it is spring break for many schools in the nation.
I would say moderately crowded!
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Felipe Quint…, Real Estate Pro in Miami, FL
Thu Mar 7, 2013
Felipe Quintero PA answered:
Miami's social scene is becoming more significant culturally speaking. Districts like Arts District, Design District, Wynwood , and Downtown offers plenty of new galleries, restaurants and trendy shops. Events like Art Basel Miami and Miami Design has placed Miami as destination for general public to enjoy Art and attracts the largest and most important art collectors and galleries from around the world. Also there are two new museums under construction: Miami Art Museum and Miami Science Museum, that will complement the already built Miami Opera and Performing Arts Center located in Downtown. ... more
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Amars217, Home Buyer in Ooltewah, TN
Wed Mar 6, 2013
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Will Nesbitt, Real Estate Pro in Alexandria, VA
Mon Feb 25, 2013
Will Nesbitt answered:
I like several places close to the water like O'Connells and Chadwicks, but if you're feeling a little more upscale go up King Street to BRABO. If you're looking for something odd and fun you should go to Medieval Madness at least once. ... more
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