Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor
I guess I'd buy argument #1 if Newport on the Levee and Easton Town Center in Columbus hadn't both been completed while the Banks languished in development hell.
Both Easton and Newport were built around the early 2000's. The went through both the tech bubble burst and the 2008 collapse. I don't know if the original poster was speaking to the great recession or not. But if so that wouldn't apply to Newport or Easton.