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#990968 - 06/30/17 03:55 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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#991008 - 06/30/17 11:51 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: tallman]  
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Originally Posted By: tallman
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Thanks Tim - good to know it's not just crickets!


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#991277 - 07/03/17 08:45 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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Glad to see you guys back on the road. thumbsup


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#991286 - 07/03/17 10:15 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: greiffster]  
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Originally Posted By: greiffster
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Good to be back on the road!

Hey - since you're here and reading, how much of a hassle do you think it would be to build out four floors of a narrow five story building in the middle of downtown Albany? Probably a lot, yeah? wink


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#991466 - 07/05/17 01:12 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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"Build out"/
Don't try in winter, I think...

Anything is po$$ible with the right wallet, and/or grit.


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#991467 - 07/05/17 01:18 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: tallman]  
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Originally Posted By: tallman
"Build out"/
Don't try in winter, I think...

Anything is po$$ible with the right wallet, and/or grit.


Did I forget to mention it would need to be done by the end of this calendar year? smile


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#991468 - 07/05/17 01:39 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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Not sure of the current construction "climate" in Albany. But, if it its like Nashville, you'll need to throw a bunch of money at it to meet that schedule.


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#991472 - 07/05/17 02:06 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: greiffster]  
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Originally Posted By: greiffster
Not sure of the current construction "climate" in Albany. But, if it its like Nashville, you'll need to throw a bunch of money at it to meet that schedule.


My uneducated guess based on driving around for a day is that the construction climate here is nothing like Nashville (or Portland!) - haven't seen one crane, let alone a forest of them.

There arw a host of reasons, money being only one of them, that this particular spot doesn't make sense, and I can't imagine us actually putting an offer in on it - it just looks cool to me - and how awesome would it be, as my mom might say, to get to build out your own loft apartment from scratch?


I can't figure out how to get a usable link from Flickr on my phone , so you'll have to click if you want to see.

https://flic.kr/p/WomuUA


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#991481 - 07/05/17 03:46 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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Wow, that is a great building!


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#991483 - 07/05/17 03:55 PM Re: Bakery Quest - 2016/17 Hacking the US with the kid and dogs [Re: szurszewski]  
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There's a whole back story too - the "newsstand" has been there 100+ years with a deli counter added recently. I don't really want to run a deli (and Laura certainly wouldn't be into that, so it would be my job), but I'd feel bad about buying it just to close it.

I guess we could put the bakery on the second floor...

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