Talk:Westside Provisions

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I really had my doubts as to whether this could be considered a "neighborhood" because right now it's essentially two shopping complexes linked together by a bridge. Essentially these 'neighborhoods' are named and defined by their developers, so at what point do we call these neighborhoods. However, I see that residential is on its way (Bus. Chronicle article) and some sources of record (AJC, Toronto Globe and Mail) are using the term as a "neighborhood" so guess one could include it in the list. I still don't think of it as a neighborhood - the neighborhood is really West Midtown. Keizers (talk) 15:00, 22 November 2011 (UTC)

I usually don't include a neighborhood unless a residential component is involved. It can't really be a neighborhood if people don't live there. Anyway, I think going forward Westside Provision is going to be considered the equivalent to West Midtown as Buckhead VIllage is to Buckhead--the center/downtown of the district.--Mmann1988 (talk) 17:31, 22 November 2011 (UTC)