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I like the "redicus firehydrantia" planting - although it is probably not a drought tolerant species.


i know it doesn't really make up for what it's lacking outside, but the inside looks mighty nice. :)

i'm sure it costs a pretty penny to set up home there.


I think this place has gotten (is getting) a bad rap. I think it's actually a pretty cool building. A major downer?? If that's true than it's more an indictment of Cd'A's taste than anything. (For the record, the window-less sides of the building are a direct result of city codes, not intentional design decisions. Too bad really.)

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