If this street could talk it would say the most important part of its history is ____________.

Choose one or more of the options below to fill in the blank.

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Is there anything else you'd like to share about the history of Inglewood?

26 April, 2017

A says:

“When redeveloping brewery and others, keep old structures and work around/inside/between with innovative architecture. ”

24 April, 2017

CC says:

“Old Buildings- New Idea. Keep historic sites & revitalize. Keep character. (Keep the brewery! So much opportunity!)”

24 April, 2017

CC says:

“History & original heritage buildings are so important to feel of inglewood and sense of place (&to YYC).Streetscape as a whole is important”

21 April, 2017

Oldscool says:

“Knocking down old buildings for super apartments for trendy people is the same as putting a freeway through - its not Inglewood character”

21 April, 2017

Oldscool says:

“Its looks real now - don't make it looked like a planned utopia that was developed in 2 years - its old - respect and work with that”

21 April, 2017

Oldscool says:

“I like that it is not one contiguous look an feel done by a design major straight out of school to match every other major city. ”

21 April, 2017

Marino says:

“Inglewood used to be a neighborhood. It is now a destination shopping area, with parking and prices the main topics of debate over a latte.”

20 April, 2017

Rebecca says:

“Community is proud and actively involved ”

20 April, 2017

Arthur says:

“No”

19 April, 2017

S says:

“Save the older buildings. Do not demolish them for new ones.”

18 April, 2017

CE says:

“The original Calgary townsite. Should be treated as one of the most important heritage areas in Calgary, on an equal level with Stephen Ave.”

18 April, 2017

Rebecca says:

“It's history in relation to so much of Calgary 'newness' makes it that much more significant for the whole city”