Whoever wrote this last post, doesn't know what he/she is talking about. Way to go!
While Jeff Pfeil may have not been directly responsible for the creation of the T-zones which led to the condo-complexes near Franklin Square, the 2001 Comp Plan recommended the creation of special development districts in the urban core. For anyone who wants to look at small diagrams of them, they're in the old Comp Plan. These areas -- namely Franklin Square, the gut, from Henry and Lake and continuing down High Rock, and the other side of Lake where the Parting Glass and adjacent property(which used to be a gas station)were re-zoned to be T-zones.
Now T-zones translate into much higher density, which "real"city planners originally intended to go hand-in-hand with mass transit. This is a green way of going about it, and not over-relying on parking garages to solve all our city's traffic woes.
As for T-zones and the New Urbanism -- the timing here is interesting as we witness the Ayco's and other mortgage lending outfits descend upon our city. All systems go for developing the hell out of Saratochka. And when I use the word "development" the meaning is closer to destruction. Because most of what's going up in Saratochka is not sustainable.