They live in or near Downtown but oppose tall towers -- and have the power to enforce their views
It's a paradoxical phenomenon: Urbanites opposed to tall buildings.
The uprising over high-rises is not a new trend. Some seethed when Target first proposed its 32-story headquarters at Nicollet Mall & South 11th Street. The Carlyle, a 39-story condo tower set to rise near Downtown's central riverfront at South 1st Street & 3rd Avenue South, attracted opponents who argued it would wall off the river.