Sarah McKenzie

Combat Rock


As more people arrive Downtown to live - rather than just work and play - traditional urban establishments increasingly are under pressure to accommodate their new neighbors.

Downtown's population has exploded in the last five years, increasing from around 9,000 in 2000 to more than 30,000 today. And areas long dominated by bars, dance clubs and strip joints are taking on residential flavor as housing springs up around them.


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