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“AMY ENGEL, CNN PRODUCER: I'm down in what they call Cabbagetown area of Atlanta, and at the Fulton Cotton Mill Apartment Condos, apparently -- well, I'm looking right now, a roof torn off one of their buildings.”
“Re: â€œI see no reason why such a rich, gentrifying neighbourhood shouldnâ€ ™ tâ€ ™ t have a successful high streetâ€ - Cabbagetown is a similar (if much wealthier) neighbourhood but parts of Parliament still look like a war zone/dollar store museum.”
“To me, Cabbagetown is a sometimes hilarious mix between dollar-store and yuppie, with some great mid-range too.”
“He did a brief stint in New York as a janitor sweeping up broken glass at the rock club CBGB's, and spent most of his life in a depressed corner of Atlanta called Cabbagetown where an empty textile mill stands as a monument to the failed dreams of the poor Appalachians who came there looking for a step up.”
“I was in the neighborhood of Cabbagetown, which is just to the east.”
“And then just down the street, maybe about two miles from there there's a historic neighborhood called Cabbagetown in downtown Atlanta, about 20 homes were damaged because of falling very huge, hundred-foot oak trees.”
“I got a crummy little basement in what the landlord called Cabbagetown but what was really Regent Park, and I switched out to a huge, anonymous high school to finish school.”
“I thought it was the Georgia version of Cabbagetown, which is were I live.”
“I’m reading a book called Cabbagetown a novel based in the depression era in Toronto.”
“People know my record on housing, homelessness and poverty issues and the surprise there for me is that people in more affluent areas such as Cabbagetown and north of Bloor are saying, ` We know your record.”
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