Comment of the day: homebuyers will wax nostalgic for masonry construction

“One hundred years from now (after the Great DeHydrocarbonation, World War III, and the initiation of Martian colonies), people traveling to “historic” Chicago will look upon early 21st century housing construction with a sense of nostalgia for the “good ol days” when they used to use concrete and masonry, which were still reasonably cheap, abundant, and easy to build since the oil and diesel that powered ancient construction machines and delivery vehicles was relatively prevalent.”

The Urban Politician commenting on our post about Geneva Terrace Estates

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