Lee Harvey Pozzwald said:This sort of building style speaks to a design ethos that caters to millennials who want to live in mixed use developments and pay out the nose for the privilege.
Developers are all about cutting corners, doing things cookie-cutter, and are always unoriginal. The only thing that makes me angrier is that my compatriots are wasting their savings to live in soulless abodes like these.
Hate to sound like a boomer, but they need to get in houses.
yeah it's sad to say this, but goin into some of the old hoodrat areas of my nearest local city, They have better design than these "modern-esque" types of places that are being built.