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December 09, 2017

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Jennifer

I haven't seen the back (neither day, nor night), that does seem kind of "glowing", but I personally like the front. Wine Stop was a real eyesore, so the bar wasn't that high, but I think it is nicely done.

They originally tried to put in clerestory windows that would have been very cool, but there was a structural issue that couldn't easily be resolved- (remember, the two adjacent stores, Athleta and Lulu, were once one large and very beautiful building with a gorgeous facade- up to the late 1950s or so).

Jennifer

Addendum: The building's beautiful original front facade had already been "denuded" by 1948, while the neighboring Gap structure held on to its nice detailing a decade more.

resident

It's gym clothes, right? Does the sign need to look like a scoreboard at Levis Stadium?

HMB

How many stores selling women's athleisure does one downtown need?

Becca

Lucy store on the Ave. is closing as they merge with The North Face.

resident

Good riddance.

hollyroller

Do not worry..
After Christmas, that place will be gone.
However, there will be the "Chubby Chaser Rush" to join Gyms.
The fact is, "Girl" get that Liposuction.
Clear out that 4lbs. space between your legs too.
Come On Everyone!

Meeeee

Holyroller you are a trip

hollyroller

Yeah, I get that a lot.
Most people say a "Bad Trip."
Nevertheless, I enjoy reading, and responding to this great web site. No matter what the topic is.
In fact I believe this site should win a Pulitzer Prize.

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