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South Main Arts & Parks Trust Presents: Free live music series at the BEACH!

by July 12, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Free Live Music and Beer on the bank of the Arkansas River at the BEACH… the first project by the South Main Arts and Parks Trust; a new non-profit started by the founders of South Main. This entity had been planned since the inception of the neighborhood in 2003. The nonprofit has secured long-term [...] Read more »

Notes on Designing the Zebra Loft

by May 14, 2013 » Add more comments.
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  The Zebra Loft, as we are calling it, is South Main Vacation Rental’s newest property. Our architect Kenny Craft designed the exterior and Jed and Kennley Selby spearheaded the interior. The following are Kennley’s thoughts on designing what has turned out to be one of the most interesting interiors in South Main: We [...] Read more »

Jed Selby Presents: Building a Walkable Place: A Framework for Getting it Done

by April 4, 2013 » Add the first comment.

Building a Walkable Place A Developer’s Framework for Getting it Done from Sonoran Institute on Vimeo.  

Opportunity Abounds in South Main

by March 4, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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“We wanted to be cool before cool was cool.” Evelyn, Mountain Bohemian’s owner told me. Then she expounded. “We had been watching South Main for a long time. Waiting for the right opportunity, then when I found this space I thought, maybe now is right. We wanted to be trend setters, not followers.” Mountain [...] Read more »

A Truly “Green” Home Is One that Is Loved

by July 19, 2010 » Add the second comment.
New landscaping behind South Main office

Although there are, of course, a lot of things that make up a green home, one of the simplest- and therefore often overlooked- components is the continued care and maintenance of a home. People are less likely to love and maintain a home that they are not emotionally vested in. For instance, it is common [...] Read more »

From Boulders to Buildings

by May 20, 2010 » Add the second comment.

An answer starts with a question. The question? Can and should we be splitting these enormous boulders all over South Main into something useful? Having just returned from Europe and seeing some of the most amazing architecture in the world, plus listening to the audio book The Pillars of the Earth on the trip, you [...] Read more »