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Readers: Blue is Favorite of Six Plaza Square Colors

January 13, 2016 Downtown, Planning & Design, Real Estate No Comments

Blue was the favorite Plaza Square color picked by readers in the non-scientific Sunday Poll, with orange second.   Readers were allowed to pick two. Blue & orange are also my top two favorites, though I prefer orange over blue.

Q: The six Plaza Square buildings were restored to their original colors, which are your TWO favorites?

#1 Blue with 18 votes (27.69%)
#1 Blue with 18 votes (27.69%)
#2 Orange with 14 votes (21.54%)
#2 Orange with 14 votes (21.54%)
#3 Teal Green with 12 votes (18.46%)
#3 Teal Green with 12 votes (18.46%)
#4 Light Blue with 9 votes (13.85%)
#4 Light Blue with 9 votes (13.85%)
#5 Yellow with 7 votes (10.77%)
#5 Yellow with 7 votes (10.77%)
#6 Mustard with 5 votes (7.69%)
#6 Mustard with 5 votes (7.69%)

Yellow, which finished fifth, is a close third favorite of mine.

As I said on Sunday, I thought the colors were originally used on the North & South ends but the National Register listing says they were always white.

The white ends just do not look right to my eyes
The white ends just do not look right to my eyes

Though I like a lot about these six buildings, they make no attempt to connect to Olive, Pine, or Chestnut. With Pine & Chestnut being a one-way couplet they’re horrible places for pedestrians, There is zero positive street activity.

Hopefully they’ll do better now that ownership, mission, etc are split up.

— Steve Patterson

 

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