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A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/08/2022 01:33 PM
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
450 sqft 1 bedroom micro apartments in 100 story high rise complexes.

This is Hong Kong, and the future in every metropolitan city in America.

These are already going up everywhere in California, and it's only a matter of time before the suburbs and rural towns are completely destroyed across the US.

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Piss on that!
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09/08/2022 01:58 PM

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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
Not worried about this B.S. because---

we're not going to be here for very long anyways

before something goes down so...
Living has taught me one thing; nothing is certain...except salvation through Jesus Christ!
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09/08/2022 02:29 PM
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
It's a hive, those are cells.
Human battery as per the Travis Walton story.
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09/08/2022 02:37 PM

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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
How are they "going up everywhere in California" when much of California has earthquake building code that limits building heights?

Most of California is ranches with no basement.
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One of my properties in San Diego does have a basement. Pretty rare.
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09/08/2022 04:36 PM
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
When I was 26 there was a chance that I would own a house. The duds upstairs ensured that could never happen. Now I couldnt care less what your housing market looks like anytime anywhere. Go figure.
E CaT PanTHer  (OP)

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09/08/2022 06:08 PM
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
450 sqft 1 bedroom micro apartments in 100 story high rise complexes.

This is Hong Kong, and the future in every metropolitan city in America.

These are already going up everywhere in California, and it's only a matter of time before the suburbs and rural towns are completely destroyed across the US.

https://imgur.com/a/de0QgQp


https://imgur.com/a/6toFpQH


https://imgur.com/a/2YVJZCt


https://imgur.com/a/83tARc2


https://imgur.com/a/E0sCbob

 Quoting: E CaT PanTHer


How are they "going up everywhere in California" when much of California has earthquake building code that limits building heights?

Most of California is ranches with no basement.
 Quoting: Dr. Feelgood


Oakland

https://imgur.com/a/nrKLiVP


San Jose

https://imgur.com/a/UgCA7dP


Last Edited by E CaT PanTHer on 09/08/2022 06:11 PM
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09/08/2022 06:46 PM
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
LOL NO!

Heck, I moved into a 2000 sq ft home 2 years ago because that's what sits on this 5.25 acres spot that I love out here in the middle of a large forest and wildlife preserve. A 500 sq ft room is currently packed wall to wall, floor to ceiling, with stuff that won't fit into the rest of the house. I really need a home at least twice this size. There isn't room to even set up my stereo and speakers. I tried but I thought the vibration from the loud music would cause the place to eventually fall apart. And it just takes up too much space, made the living room feel even smaller. I've considered knocking this place down and building a 6,000 sq ft home but zoning law limits the size out here. And I'm already 65 years old. My luck would be that I'd probably die the day construction would be completed. I do have my large RV parked here, so I can at least use that for visitors (my grandkids actually like staying in there when visiting, it's just like going camping out here for them).

The tiny apartment high rises and no yards are for young and single city dwellers. They seek bars, theaters, and fine dining that cities offer. Families will require larger homes with yards for the kids and their dog. And those that are retired, like me, and seeking solitude and tranquil will want a larger yet property out in the country with trees surrounding them. They need a large garden to attend to and a large yard to spend their idle time mowing in the summer. They also need room for an outbuilding to contain their hobby (i.e. woodworking shop, or classic car restoration project).

Not all humans are the same and seek the same.

I skipped the young partying phase. Married abs started a family early. But I did rent a penthouse atop a highrise 10 years ago to experience the batchelor lifestyle for a while. Then sold my business and moved into the burbs. But the riots changed my mind and decided to get out into the countryside. And this is where I'm staying until the world ends next year, lol.
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There are many retirees who would love to have small place with conveniences at their finger tips. A home and land take work and many don’t have the energy to do that. These are like independent living situations. Really not bad.
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Re: A glimpse of what housing will soon look like in America by 2030
I'd rather have a small apartment built well so I don't hear people above and around me and then an apartment where they build it out of sticks and I can hear pounding and screaming all around me.

More likely it will be a small one that I can still hear everything because they build these things cheap as s***
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It beats being homeless or having to live in a car because this fucking country won’t look out for it’s own citizens and rather help illegal invaders.
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I'm not sure it does beat being homeless. Sounds crazymaking and claustrophobic as hell to me. I'll take the tent in a nice forest, please.
More deplorable all the time.





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