‘Miami Is Taking Its Place Among The Great Cities Of The World,’ Nema Developer Says

The developer of the Nema tower planned in Edgewater is bullish on Miami.

Developer Crescent Heights was co-founded by Russell Galbut. In an interview with the Herald, Galbut explained why he thinks the city is a compelling investment.

Miami is now “taking its place among the great cities of the world — London, Paris, New York and Hong Kong,” Galbut said.

The Biscayne Corridor in particular, from Brickell to Little River, will continue to thrive, he expects.

New residents will continue to be attracted to the significant cultural institutions and entertainment venues that have been established in the area. In turn, he expects those venues and institutions will keep on growing as more people move here.

The Downtown, Arts & Entertainment, and Edgewater areas have now been established as the axis of Miami’s major cultural center, according to Galbut. The amenities provided by living there “define what it means to live well in the urban core.”

Crescent Heights wants to grow along with the neighborhoods by building residential, creative retail, and office space, Galbut said.

Galbut said that the 588-unit Nema tower will set a new standard for the city with a high level of design and amenities. The project also includes a national organic supermarket chain on the ground floor.

Other projects the developer is involved with include a twin-tower development on School Board property next to the Arsht Center, Natiivo, and the Canopy Club in Miami Beach.

Nema:

The School Board project next to the Arsht Center:

The developer’s Natiivo project:

The developer is also a partner on the Canopy Club at 500 Alton in Miami Beach:

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Anonymous
3 days ago

I love Miami, but we still have a long way to go to be in the same league as those other cities. In particular, an effective mass transit system.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami punches above it’s weight compared to other similar sized cities in terms of Global Recognition. That being said, we do need transit. And we need to retain our best and brightest natives, who leave in search of other cities. And it would be nice to have one or two major corporate relocations. I don’t want Miami to just be a place where rich foreigners and new Yorkers park their money and play.

Paul
3 days ago

Yeah, there’s not a place on Earth where people haven’t heard of Miami. Obviously everyone in Latin America and Europe have heard of it. And I often see people in China wearing shirts that say Miami and I even saw an add for some Aventura condos in a Chinese airport once.

That being said, we need a better public transit system and a better airport to be considered a tier 1 city. The first impression people get when the come to MIA can’t be good, especially if they’re coming from Asia, where all the airports are shiny and new. The lack of a main arrivals/departures hall makes MIA (and most other US airports) seem really old fashioned. And the Metrorail is really hard to get to from the airport gates.

Flymia
3 days ago

Miami airport is not that bad. Compared to most U.S. airports it is fairly modern. Yes the ticketing and passenger dropoff/pick is old looking and small, but the actual terminals for the majority of flights is fairly modern and open with lots of amenities. Also, all those big massive airports typically are far from the City. There are not many main international hubs for a region that are 7-miles from city center.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Tampa airport is smaller but way more moder

Anonymous
3 days ago

Actually my own experience is otherwise. The smart achiever kids I grew up with in Miami in the 80s and early 90s still live in SFL and are ballin career wise and financially. They became professionals, business owners, one is even C-suite at a F500 company located here. It was the less skilled ones that had to move. The 2.00 GPA kids in regular classes had to move to the Carolinas and Georgia to eke out working-class job paths that were closed to them here due to foreign immigration.

POLO
3 days ago

We’ll be more like LA than New York, Paris, or Hong Kong. Miami has more in common with LA LA LAND than all those global cities.

Paul
3 days ago

What does Miami really have in common with LA other than porn stars?

I live in California and have spent a lot of time in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong actually looks like Miami with hills. It’s got banyans, flamboyans, bougainvillias umbrella trees and other plants you would recognize. It’s got huge skyscrapers, mega malls, horse tracks and a bay. And most importantly, it serves as a regional business and financial hub, which is exactly what Miami is becoming.

LA has a Mediterranean climate with completely different flora and fauna and completely different industries than Miami and Hong Kong. The streets are super wide and lined with homeless encampments. It looks nothing like Miami or HK.

Last point I’ll make is Miami already has strong ties to Hong Kong in Brickell thanks to the financial industry and Swire’s development of Brickell City Centre.

J.
3 days ago

Miami has the furthest in common with any Asian cultures.

POLO
3 days ago

What Miami have in common with LA? Warm climate, beaches, sprawl, car centric metropolis (you need a freaking car to move around), lots of freeways, lots of traffic, celebrities, recording (music) industry, porn industry, etc.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Agree. Miami/LA developed at the same time very similarly- geography, climate, style, and ended up with similar problems – sprawl, traffic. Differences are LA economy is far bigger, much more diverse, much better on many scores – colleges, hospitals, cultural institutions. Miami is a far different place than it was even 20 years ago, with the elimination of the drug scourge, significant investment in cultural institutions, education, medical centers, safe haven real estate, some growth in the financial sector, and rejuvenation of the waterfront and some urban neighborhoods. The city continues to suffer from its perceptions as a resort/playground and haven for Latin American elites, and struggles to diversify the economy even in this digital age. Maybe recent events and migration trends will start to change that.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Topographically, LA has valleys and mountains. There is nothing of the such in all of Florida.

Anonymous
2 days ago

20 years ago Miami was sort of like a tropical Cleveland.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Miami has always been much sexier and colorfull than cleveland

Anonymous
2 days ago

LA climate is dry and believe me… much more pleasant than South FL weather. A lot of people don’t know this, but the industry in LA (years ago) used to focus HEAVILY on manufacturing and even in the steel industry in the 60s/70s/80s. The air is definitely cleaner in Miami, however.

Anonymous
21 hours ago

There is no porn industry in L.A. anymore.

Anonymous
3 days ago

I am from Miami and moved to LA a year ago (currently live in Ktown); I 100% agree with this assessment.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Miami has nothing in common with LA dude.

Anonymous
2 days ago

… except for roaches and homeless people…

Anonymous
2 days ago

miami’s homeless population is not even close to that of LA.

Anonymous
2 days ago

I know, but Miami still have roaches and homeless people.

Anonymous
2 days ago

what city does n’t have roches and homeless people?

Anonymous
2 days ago

If you to know of other cities with a roach and homeless problem, then they to are like LA..

Anonymous
3 days ago

I agree we need transit desperately but we also need much better public school education to help create organic growth from within.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami could be like those other major cities if we get a top notch transportation system! System…not systems, because no one wants to change 5 means of transportation to get from point A to point B. Oh, and buses do not really qualify as top notch!

Anonymous
3 days ago

This! A single seat ride should be easy to get.

Take a bus to the Tri-Rail to the MetroMover to the Monorail to a circulator trolley to get from Weston to South Beach…..sure, Jan.

Anonymous
3 days ago

All of those cities “London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong” have industry and culture. In Miami beauty is only skin deep. TIll then we need to build the infrastructure, improve industry, and have cultural attractions other than Wynwood Walls.

Paul
3 days ago

Miami has culture. I guess if you’re immersed in it, you can lose sight of it but as someone who has lived their entire adult life away from Miami, I am always reminded of this when I visit home.

As for industry, Miami is well-positioned to become the Hong Kong or Singapore of Latin America.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami has culture just like it has beautiful mountains nearby.

Both are missing.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Ha!… now that’s the best comment of 2020.

Anonymous
3 days ago

we don’t want to be the Hong Kong or Singapore of Latin America. We should strenghten our ties with Asian and Gulf economies, because that is where true growth is. Latin American economies are stagnant, and tying ourselves to those economies inhibits growth. Asia is the future, and its time to build connections between Miami and Hong Kong/Singapore/Shanghai/Dubai/ Jakarta

J.
3 days ago

Unless we move about 500,00 Asians into the city that’s not gonna to happen. Culturally and geographically we are much, much more connected to Latin America.

Anonymous
2 days ago

When first i moved in miami one year ago I realized that I don’t meet asians people around. The city need more asians people and less south americans if looking for a progress.

J.
3 minutes ago

lol….no.

Paul
3 days ago

I support manufacturing in China and the east coast is not ideal for doing business with China. You would have to stay up till 2 in the morning on con calls every night. You’re way better off being on Pacific time zone.

You’re right that Asia is growing way faster than Latin America but Miami doesn’t have any advantage in doing business with that market.

Anonymous
3 days ago

We. Should stop doing business with China.

Anonymous
3 days ago

I agree, they’re such snoobish people.

Azarius
3 days ago

I’m really looking forward to the school board project I think that will really add to the work Melo has put in the area and will stand out on B. Blvd

Anonymous
3 days ago

Exactly.. the city needs a lot more high to mid rise new structures going west.

Anonymous
2 days ago

LOL! Was this response sarcasm.

Anonymous
3 days ago

The “Biscayne Corridor” needs something else besides automotive transportation. It needs light rail, bike lanes and dedicated bus lanes. That is if it wants to be a great city of the world.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Biscayne is too congested and too narrow to have mass transit at street level… need a metro line and grade

Anonymous
3 days ago

Two words: Mode shift.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Even Salt Lake City has light rail. It’s crazy that we don’t

Anonymous
2 days ago

San Antonio is way bigger than Miami and even has a larger population and it doesn’t have any trains AT ALL!!! At least Miami has a metro mover and metrorail. I guarantee you, Miami will have a better transit system in the future WAY before San Antonio. San Antonio is so fucking slow and behind at everything. Funny things is the locals don’t see it or recognize how far behind we are and they don’t care with the exception of a few. Texas in general is a car loving state though, I will admit, Dallas is the exception and has a pretty good transit system called DART(Dallas Area Rapid Transit); It may not be like NYC or Chicago but its still pretty good(The best public transportation in Texas). Dallas also has plans to make DART even better and actually are currently doing so.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Streetcars.

Anonymous
2 days ago

RIGHT! But, also lets not forget they also have a metro mover and a metrorail line and still have room to grow regardless of how small Miami may seem. Miami in general is more forward thinking then a place like San Antonio. Now in San Antonio’s defense its a SLOW Family/Military city with a small town feel, so most of the people are not trying to move at the speed/pace of cities like NYC, LA, Miami, Hong Kong, or London. San Antonians prefer San Antonio to stay slow and family friendly, which is fine if people like who don’t like it,we can go else where.

Anonymous
3 days ago

M I A M I W I N N I N G

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami wants to be compared with other cities but won’t allow the city to have what those other cities have! Had an opportunity to have a world class observation wheel, nope we will approve the smallest wheel you can build! 20th century fox wanted to build a theme park, nope we need to preserve some endangered beetles! Skyscraper taller than 1100ft nope can’t do it… lack of transit… not one landmark to visit… we don’t even have a working fountain! There are some many things I can list but I don’t have the time, if anyone has been to a real city you know what I’m talking about!

J.
3 days ago

A ferris wheel does not a world class city make. Calm down now…

Anonymous
2 days ago

Also, actual office skyscrapers.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Have to agree with you Miami is FARRRR from an iconic city. There is nothing iconic here. Everything revolves around investment groups scrambling to make money out of new development without the slight care in the world for the future. If that was the case, we would have more parks, green space, cultural institutions like museums and historical art galleries, and don’t you dare say wynwood. That’s not iconic. That’s trendy. Huge difference. We would have a semblance of infrastructure that caters to all the incoming problems of traffic congestion. I keep seeing the same pattern, corrupt miami politicians selling out the future of its citizens for a quick dollar. Meanwhile, if it wasn’t for this scamdemic cough cough( pun) I mean pandemic, there would be bumper to bumper traffic 6 days a week, the mayor thinks everyone is going to climb on buses to get to work during the rainy season which lasts half a year, biscayne bay and the beaches in miami are getting more polluted, and they wanna keep raising taxes to promiser us a better future. GTFO. Things have improved many times over since the 80’s but Miami could be so much more if we had REAL leadership with forward thinking solutions.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Great marketing fluff

Anonymous
3 days ago

I’m floating after reading this….

Anonymous
3 days ago

People don’t come to Miami for gringo culture. They come for the sights, scenery, aromas, tastes, and auras of a Latin American city with out actually having to travel to South America.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Maybe you should explain what you mean when you talk about gringo culture!!!!

Biphf
20 hours ago

Bad dancing.

J.
13 minutes ago

Jacksonville.

sobe
3 days ago

people come to miami for the sun, beach and p..sssy thats all, there is nothing else down here period

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami needs to improve its image. a lot of people from out of town drive through our expressways and it’s really embarrassing that they see how filthy our expressways are. I drove northbound on I-95 and the right shoulder of this highway was covered with all kinds of trash from downtown miami all the way to the golden glades interchange. we should not put up with all this crap.in broward county they would not put up with it and the company in charge of cleaning the highways would have been fired a long time ago. we need to show our city some love, please go to DBISERVICES.COM and send them and email telling them to keep our expressways clean

Anonymous
3 days ago

Something needs to be done about all these chickens and roosters roaming around in the streets of Miami first.

Anonymous
3 days ago

At this point, I think the chickens and roosters are part of the Miami culture. I’m born and raised down here and find it hilarious when I meet New Yorkers who are shocked to see them. They are just another thing that makes Miami Miami. NYC got rats running around, and we got chickens lol

Anonymous
3 days ago

I was born and raised in miami over sixty years ago. Poor people from poor third world countries brought their religous Santaria and farm mentality ways with them into this country and that’s why we see chickens and roosters running around in Miami. I went to school with many, many Cubans and I surely don’t remember any of them keeping chickens and roosters in their yards.. so I know as far as Hispanics are concerned, Cubans don’t play that!

Anonymous
2 days ago

You realize there are Cuban Santeros and Brujeras, right? Aside from that shit I know plenty of Cubans with chickens in their backyards for the eggs. They’re all over Hialeah for a reason

Anonymous
2 days ago

Hialeah and Miami are two separate cities. I’ve never seen chickens and roosters roaming the streets of Miami until more people from South and Central America came to Miami relatively recently.

RealityChecker
3 days ago

Miami is miles behind something like Dubai or Singapore and that wont change ever, why? very simple answer, because the city is run by the same people who run latin america, ever wondered why Brasil with all of its potential is going from crisis to crisis.. ? If it wasnt for Miami’s night life and weather the only people who would actually come down here are the ones already visiting Disney in Orlando. Dont get me wrong, I love Miami, but pieces like this are 100% bs.

Anonymous
3 days ago

school board project looks cool…..wonder about timeline….

Anonymous
3 days ago

My favorite project in the area.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Yeah.. if it ever gets built.

Anonymous
3 days ago

The Magic City!

Anonymous
3 days ago

I think you meant – The Confused City!

Anonymous
3 days ago

I agree with all of you guys, we need to start by electing real leaders that will actually make decisions that will impact the growth and maturity of the city into the future, not we have that only want their pockets filled and their 5 minutes of fame.

TellingLikeItIs
3 days ago

LOL, the more pieces like this I see the worse is coming… just like before 08 folks… foreclosures coming period.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Thanks for your awareness. Is there anything else you’re concerned about?

Anonymous
3 days ago

On a per capita basis the city of Miami does well. It is light years ahead of where it was when I moved here in 2000.
Population estimates 2020:
Miami – 468,000 (note: was only 362,000 in the year 2000)
Chicago – 2,694,240
New York – 8,323,340
Los Angeles – 4,015,940
You could even add in the population of Miami Beach(92,000), since many cultural institutions are based there, that still is only about 560,000 residents, total.

Transportation has a way to go, but it is improving. We are superior to some other big USA cities. One example is the city of Houston, with a current 2020 population estimate of 2,340,890.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami is only 55.25 square miles in size… compare that to some other cities like, say, Memphis Tn, which is 304.6 square miles in size. However, Miami can take some comfort in knowing that’s it’s outdoing some cities that are much, much, bigger in land size.

Paul
3 days ago

This is misleading and you know it. Miami is broken up into over 30 municipalities and South Florida consists of over 75 municipalities. No other cities in the US is as fragmented. The best measure of population is the metropolitan statistical area, which puts South Florida at 7th in the nation at 6.2M.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Please name one major metro area that is comprised of just one city. You can’t… all metros are made up of a couple principle cites and multiple municipalities. If you want to say Miami has 6.2M people then NYC has 19+M, LA has 13+M and Chicago has 9+M all which still blow Miami out of the water…

Anonymous
2 days ago

Yup.

Paul
2 days ago

43% of NYC Metro lives in New York City

30% of Greater LA lives in the City of Los Angeles

Only 6% of South Florida lives in the City of Miami

Also, I said “as fragmented,” emphasis on the word “as.” I didn’t say Miami was the only metro area with multiple municipalities.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Thank you. People just love to talk out of their ass.

J.
8 minutes ago

“No other cities in the US is as fragmented.”

That’s just a flat out lie.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Without culture centers and transportation systems you can’t be global city. Also you must give a unique character in the city. Miami has architectural background with artdeco and mimo buildings and thats help to improve the city outlook.
I will like for example to see the transformation of midtown middle grass park to a square – plaza like the ones exist in european or South America big cities. That will chance the American city character of miami.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Miami is a city that can be reshaped and become a Great city in a short period of time. Miami does nt have hills so it is easier to modify. Redfin ranked Miami as the 4th most walkable city behind NY,san francisco and boston and it should improve it’s walkability score with the construction boom that is going on in downtown ,wynwood and brickell, even in the suburbs the new construction projects are more pedestrian friendly. it’s good that miami does n’t have too many highways which disconect and isolate neighborhoods and reduced walkability Miami does n’t have as much suburban sprawl as m LA, Houston,San diego, Dallas and many cities. the infrasctruture for public transportation is there we have the commuter train tracks we just have to build the stations and we also have the dedicated bus lanes for rbt so in a few years the smart plan can be completed and public transportation in miami can be greatly improved.

Anonymous
2 days ago

You’re kidding right? Let’s talk about walking. The humidity in Miami makes one want to stay indoors most of the year, and if the heat doesn’t, the mosquitoes will. Miami has a MetroMover system in place and dummies that make up the government there just scratch their heads about what to do with it as if it’s that perplexing. Baylink was an idea that was introduced in 1998 or 1999.. that was over thirty years ago and still the government in charge of Miami is befuddled on the kind of transit system to do it with. Meanwhile, a private developer introduced his BrightLine train idea, built a Central Train Station in Miami, FLL, and PB, plus at this moment, putting down train track to Orlando.

Too much foot dragging and befuddlement by these so-called government leaders in Miami, so it’ll be a long time before anything gets better.

Paid Genting Troll
2 days ago

One of Miami’s biggest draws to outsiders is its weather. If you hate its weather so much, what the heck are you doing living here? You’re here for the high paying tech jobs and the cheap housing?? lol

Anonymous
2 days ago

don’t you see people walking in southbeach during the summer? humidity does not prevent people from going for a walk otherwise downtown and brickell streets would be empty during the summer

Anonymous
2 days ago

For you, you anonymous person, and for Paid Genting Troll. I was born and raised in Miami over 60 yrs ago. Unless you two are older, there is nothing you can tell about the city of Miami. I worked at the Fontainebleau when Sammy Davis Jr. used to come there and stay when he visited Miami Beach. I remember when the courthouse building was the tallest building downtown. I know what I’m talking about because I’m from Miami. Visitors from outta town come for the weather and partying. People who actually live in Miami come outdoors when it’s cloudy or the weather gets cooler briefly in the winter months.

Now if you two want a brief history lesson about the city of Miami, let me know.

Anonymous
2 days ago

i worked in miami beach and i used to see some of the residents of the area where i worked going out for walks during the summer, some people prefer not to go out walking in the summer but some will go out despite of the hot weather

REalityGames
2 days ago

spot on! tourists dont mind the humidity they are here for a week or two tops… its the same in singapore where humidity is even worse, only people outside daytime are the ones looking at the skyscarpers and marina bay sands…

J.
15 minutes ago

Ok, boomer. You’re so out of touch with modern Miami it’s laughable.

Shawn Kouri
1 day ago

That’s why I love it here in Miami. Given what the city is becoming, I love it. That’s why I’m staying here. Now if we can get more work and office employment opportunities with very high paying jobs for millennials and generation Z people like me, that would be good because there is a bit of an exodus with millennials and generation Z in Miami. That’s because the cost of living is below The national average yet housing is well above the national average. So if Miami can become one of those cities that tracks millennials and generation Z despite an expensive real estate market and for example like Seattle, Boston, Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, Houston, Nashville, or Austin, or even Las Vegas, Phoenix, or Denver that would be good. See, it has to be like those cities.

Anonymous
2 days ago

😐

Anonymous
2 days ago

Build more museums, art galleries, concerts hall, theatres.Great cities build around culture not casinos and strip halls.

Anonymous
3 days ago

I’m glad I left miami

Anonymous
2 days ago

We all are

finehoe
2 days ago

The next Atlantis.

Anonymous
3 days ago

People keep talking about transportation and y’all no damn well it takes more than that to compete with other cities mentioned! We are not nearly as dense as those cities that rely heavily on transit… We don’t have anything close to what these other cities have in terms of history, entertainment, landmarks etc. Miami can be better but the powers that be haven’t done enough for it to be! No matter who I talk to that visit Miami only goes to South Beach and Miami Beach is trying to change that by making it more family friendly. Can you believe that? What family wants to go to South Beach and do what? Have a kids birthday party at Wet Willie’s? My point is people don’t come to Miami to do anything but go to the beach outside of the events we have but other than that Miami is average!

J.
3 days ago

You must hang with some pretty ratchet and ghetto people then. I know plenty of people who come here and don’t make a beeline to Ocean Drive.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami is more than Sobe, it has wynwood, brickell, calle ocho Miracle mile,coconut grove and upcoming neighborhoods like Doral. it has nice attractions like the seaquarium, the miami zoo it has very good restaurants and Malls. it’ does n’t have entertainment options of LA or NY but it’s more than southbeach

Anonymous
2 days ago

I agree with your statement about the other different neighborhoods in Miami but saying “upcoming” neighborhood like Doral had me laughing

Anonymous
2 days ago

And that’s the problem with Miami.. too many people like you think that those places you mentioned should be all the county need. The places you mentioned are worn out and the city needs a lot more places and attractions to go to.

Paid Genting Troll
2 days ago

That’s a lot of places in a small geo area to be worn out.

Anonymous
2 days ago

A Zoo, Seaquarium, Doral?.. you gotta be kidding me. Other than Miami Beach, these other places mentioned are supposed to wow me every time I go there?

Developers, keep working on downtown and Brickell please.

Anonymous
2 days ago

doral is better than some people think is not as popular as brickell wynwood or southbeach but they finished some nice mixed projects like city place doral and downtown doral they closed the main street in downtown doral and now is for pedestrians only and full of outdoor restaurants,gardens and play grounds for kids they also have live bands, they also opened doral yard which moved there from wynwood. doral is not as cool as wynwood or brickell but is an option when you get tired of going to the same places.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Read well i never said that Miami does n’t need more attractions i said that is more than southbeach

Anonymous
3 days ago

Miami needs a world class destination resort casino downtown to propel into a world class high end destination casino! Tax the gambling and put that money into the transit infrastructure. Go beautiful Miami go!

J.
3 days ago

Ewwww…no.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Nahhh.. they think we should rely on things like ferries wheels, the Hispanic culture, Wynwood, and Miami Beach.

Anonymous
3 days ago

No period.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Genting needs to stop sending trolls on here to push public favor towards their casino. Downtown does not need a casino. Hard Rock isn’t that far away if you need your multibillion dollar “destination” fix.

Anonymous
3 days ago

This Genting troll is pissing in the wind…neither Micky Arison nor Mickey Mouse will ever let full fledged non-Indian casinos operate in Florida. They got the gold, they make the rules, and they don’t want the competition.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Say whatever you want. But your assumption of a “Gentings Troll” is ridiculous. I am not affiliated with Gentings! I want a billion dollar casino downtown. Between MIA, Brightline, and the Port of Miami – it is a perfect spot. Before the pandemic, Florida exceeded the 100 million tourists mark. Put high gambling limits to keep it high end and tax it and let Miami win.

Anonymous
22 minutes ago

I will say whatever I want, and I say you’re a Genting troll. It’s even sorrier if you’re really not getting paid for this trolling.

Anonymous
2 days ago

How about… No?

Anonymous
2 days ago

That’s the problem with this city right now, some people like you think you speak for every body.