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Carmel in Tweets

May 19, 2013

In case you aren’t on Twitter (I encourage you to join, it’s like being on Facebook but you instead of your neighbor’s rants you hear from astronauts orbiting the Earthhere is a place to see all of my Tweets from the Chamber of Commerce’s recent trip to Carmel.

It gives some more perspective to these two stories in today’s paper: Carmel’s development & Carmel’s theater complex.

If you don’t want to go to that Storify link I’ve copied them after the jump, but Storify has a much better design than the copy paste route…

Carmel in tweets

@Leaf_Lester’s tweets during the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce’s trip to Carmel, Indiana

  1. Street performer plays alongside a rails to trails bike path in Carmel in pic.twitter.com/VSy5pb4rLD
  2. Central plaza of a public-private partnership in Carmel, underground parking, 1 floor of retail 4 of residential pic.twitter.com/hu16wVN8bp
  3. A city-owned gravel dump turned into art gallery. W luxury condos above. pic.twitter.com/kaxCTsHQgm
  4. Strew parking turned into patio seating for restaurant. Slows traffic, gives more rest. Space, Carmel mayor says pic.twitter.com/3b51sAL3YO
  5. Redevelopment hasn’t really kicked in until you can buy artisan olive oils. pic.twitter.com/x7ggkCn5cU
  6. #clarksville chamber group tours Indiana design center, where designers and diff trade people can work/meet pic.twitter.com/Gxoo2DTpwL
  7. Carmel city center. Strange to see a city being built from ground up. everything is under construction to the right pic.twitter.com/sJVd3yHXbs
  8. Parking underneath all developments here. Mayor of Carmel compared it to German city construction post WWII pic.twitter.com/gzWBgozEfR
  9. Carmel performing arts center to the right. One of 11 sections of this city center to the left. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/ESL9rICMj5
  10. City center to cost well over $600 million when complete. Built like Italian plaza, large plan w intimate spaces. pic.twitter.com/k5GCxV7a5D
  11. Carmel parks dir. makes interesting point about how they focused on recreational activities, not just spaces. 84% of pop now uses dept.
  12. #clarksville chamber of commerce event touring Carmel indiana’s center for the performing arts pic.twitter.com/TdQ93dkoOL
  13. I fittingly there is a jag casually parked in front of this performing arts center. pic.twitter.com/2aJnDUQ0Y1
  14. Carmel went from 41 acres of parks to over 800 acres. This is 161 acs that were set for subdivisions, saved for park pic.twitter.com/ZRu6fSysr2
  15. Basketball courts at Carmel’s community center. Reggie miller has been spotted shooting here. pic.twitter.com/b7SSpUm0a3
  16. Just your casual simulated surf machine at the neighborhood community center. Nbd. pic.twitter.com/HMpBdOmtAH
  17. There’s 125 miles of bike routes in Carmel. City requires developers to put them in on new roads pic.twitter.com/69n5XWZh92
  18. Alleys for driveways, smaller lots + narrower streets mean hood is walkable, opposite of clarksville’s subdivisions pic.twitter.com/NirV4oTUn8
  19. One developer made this 1000 home subdivision. Mixed retail and everything from $500/month rentals to $3 mill homes pic.twitter.com/6FjPJNn7gf
  20. I think people in #clarksville would have a heart attack if they saw homes this close together. pic.twitter.com/4FHj1ViwMh
  21. @RichardS_leaf here’s the highest point in the county, 330 feet above sea level pic.twitter.com/bFxqpu3NlI
  22. @leaf_lester Nice pics about #Carmel. Too bad you’re not here for Saturdays @CarmelFarmMrk. See pic of bike parking pic.twitter.com/F8kkRiIwXI

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