I am the first to say that Bob the Builder I am not. I wouldn't know what goes into building a home, a business, or even an apartment complex. I am not handy like that. Oh, but I wish I was.

I would think it would take a lot of wood, cement, and maybe steel. I mean I have read the Three Little Pigs. I don't want the Amarillo winds to huff and puff and blow anything down. So the more stable the structure and the foundation the better.

That is where you want to start. You want a great foundation. Especially when it comes to multi-floors. I mean this is all making sense. Again, I know nothing about no building stuff. At all.

But that doesn't stop me from thinking this is pretty cool. Townsquare (in no way affiliated with us here at Townsquare Media) has a lot to offer. You can head out to their location off Soncy and get a bite to eat. Not hungry? Plenty of fun activities for the family. So they have a lot going for them.

The one thing that I didn't know about Townsquare has to do with the structure there. Townsquare Village is built without using steel. I thought there is no way that could be true.

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Is that even possible? Then I remembered when I was back home visiting Chicago and I was told about the Trump International Hotel and Tower. I remember it being built with just concrete. So it is possible and not together at all unusual. Oh, and that has 98 floors.

credit: Melissa Bartlett, TSM
credit: Melissa Bartlett, TSM

So Townsquare Village has something in common with other high-tech buildings. It was engineered with wood and concrete. It is something to look at with wonder. I really had to be reminded that something like that is even possible. From one windy city to another.

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