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Definitely. Can't remember if there are any apartment complexes or anything like that. But definitely mostly single family homes.
Evil suburban Parma lurks on the other side of those high-tension power lines. I used to wander through that area all the time. I used to call it Parma-lite to my friends who lived there, much to their dismay.
Very comfortable suburban neighborhood. Seems well-kept.
I don't see the leash for this dog...somebody call the POlice.
Quote from: ColDayMan on March 23, 2008, 07:32:33 PMVery comfortable suburban neighborhood. Seems well-kept.CDM, that's a Cleveland neighborhood.
I know, but it's still a suburban neighborhood. Nothing wrong with that.
I think that's the problem with a lot of people these days (particularly urban people) is that suburb = Target and cul-de-sacs.
^generally speaking, I'd say that most people on this site would think of cul-de-sacs, power centers, and McMansions when the character of "suburbs" is discussed.
Welcome aboard, ChicagoBuckeye!Quote from: ColDayMan on March 24, 2008, 06:11:27 PMI think that's the problem with a lot of people these days (particularly urban people) is that suburb = Target and cul-de-sacs. I've run into some Old Brooklyn residents who debate the urban-suburban thing. I contended that Lakewood was more urban than Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood. They said that was impossible since Old Brooklyn was in Cleveland, and I lived in a suburb of Cleveland. That's all fine, dandy and true, but you look at the population density, the mix of uses (even residential-only side-streets have apartment buildings mid-block), diversity of population, etc. etc. It didn't win any converts.Back on subject....
By the way, the best ice cream shop in the entire city resides at the corner of State and Buechner in Honey Hut Ice Cream Shoppe.