Kent Honea 
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Re: “Bay Street Biergarten

Had great beers but spent $40 bucks on 4 beers...and I poured my own beers... don't volunteer to buy a round at this place...

9 of 11 people like this.
Posted by Kent Honea on January 20, 2014 at 7:32 PM

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Re: “What's next at North Charleston's Garco site

No faith, I agree the apartments may be nice and expensive so therefore people will double up to be able to afford the rent which will also double the traffic. I know the apartments are going to be built no one stops big money. Just don't think they should entrance into walker. No faith would you like it if you lived at the end of walker??? No I didn't think so! Still no grocery either! I hope they don't plan on using the walker street entrance as a construction entrance!!! Why would anyone want to buy on walker with 400+ cars running up and down it all day and night. It's easy to like everything about the project as long as it's not on your street.

4 of 5 people like this.
Posted by Kent Honea on June 6, 2015 at 9:56 AM

Re: “What's next at North Charleston's Garco site

Well I happen to live at the end of walker street I am just moving in and was so excited about living back in the circle on a nice quite street. I just moved from living by apartments and it was a nightmare. My car was broken into with smashed windows three times. Last week my house was robbed all by people living in the apartments. I know this because they were arrested and this is where they lived.
My wife and I were so looking forward to moving into our walker st. House mainly because it was a nice quite neighborhood street. Now we find out the entrance to the apartments is going to be built twenty or so feet from our font door. GREAT! Here we go again. So there goes the nice walks and bike rides with 500+cars driven by transit people who have no property ownership what so ever in park circle.
Not to mention the property values of houses on walker, Braddock, and durant will go down because of transit people who own no property. But according to people who live on the other side of the circle this is fine because they will be able to buy groceries. Oh snap no they won't because the beach company scrapped the plan with a grocery store and town homes. Instead they crammed it so full of apartments that a grocery store will no longer fit.
I love this neighbor hood I have lived and played in and around circle for the last 8 years. But now that will be changing because Apartments while they may look nice the first 5 years they will become an eyesore a be a determent in the long run.
But hey screw your neighbors and friends so you can buy groceries.
Kent
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Posted by Kent Honea on June 4, 2015 at 4:48 PM

Re: “Beach Co. unveils plan for 217 apartments in Park Circle

Great they are going to build an entrance to these apartments onto Walker street twenty feet from my front door. So long nice safe quite street welcome to traffic hell. No more walking the dogs no riding the bike oh and everyone's property values on Walker street just dropped a bunch. Just so a bunch of transit people can come live in our neighborhood without owning any property or having a stake in the the neighborhood. Great you got a grocery store at a large cost to your neighbors people that have been living there along time. CONGRATS! Oh great we now have 400+ people who don't own a property to deal with. Apartments have and always will be bad news they may look pretty the first five years but just become an eyesore after that. It sucks I love living in park circle and now well I guess we're no longer the park circle community we are just a piece of the north charleston craphood.

Posted by Kent Honea on June 4, 2015 at 3:28 PM
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