For those of you who aren't familiar with it: Knox-Henderson is one avenue. On the west side of 75, it's called Knox; on the east side, it's called
We've liked Knox-Henderson since we landed here in October—especially the
"Organic change—the kind that isn’t planned or city sponsored but advances little by little in fits and starts—always presents a deeper meaning if we try to grasp the forces behind it. In this case, the force is market demand by younger people. Knox-Henderson runs
Thanks for your insight, Wick. It feels good to be part of 'hood. Cool photos here.