Sunday, October 22, 2006
A Band-Aid to the Blight of Strip Malls
Driving down Fairfax the other day, I was stopped at the light outside Whole Foods at Santa Monica in West Hollywood. I noticed something exciting, in that nerdy city planning way I can only do: the landscaped wall surrounding the parking lot improved the urbanity of the street rather than the drab longed view of a parking lot leading up to a building.
It's all about the feel and this made the grade. Is this a good project for the Sherman Oaks Beautification Committee?
Posted by Zach Behrens at 3:12 AM