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July 26, 2008


Wow, thanks for all that info! I never knew most of that. My dad actually worked in the Fisher Building for a chunk of time; it was the destination of my first solo bus ride into the city (very exciting). It is gorgeous inside and I myself have used it as a north star of sorts. Thanks Anna! :)

Hey, that's interesting ... what did your dad do there? Besides being proud of his daughter for braving the bus system ...

At the time, it was owned by TrizecHahn Properties and he was in-house counsel, but then the company was sold. My dad plays into the Fox Theatre too (part of why I suggested it :)). And it was brave of me, but only because I was 15 and had never ridden a bus before - didn't even know how to signal a stop! Now I'm a pro ;)

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