And right across the street . . .
Kohler Street in The Heights is a neighborhood in transition
The stone company is gone…Guitar Center is moving-in
The old rusty steel plant houses a shiny new Wal Mart
Solar-powered patio homes shove-aside airy bungalows
Few signs of the Ancien Regime remain
But transmogrification cuts both ways
2 thoughts on “Transmogrification”
That truck on the land for sale looks like it could be converted into a food truck.
Takes about $20k after you acquire the junker… pretty darn hot workin’ in one of those things… you better love it… like totally.