Micro-brand in Financial Times

Some of the more promising projects involve small top-floor apartments with generous windows and west-facing balconies that ensure there’s decent housing stock for those who don’t need a garden and a garage, preferring simply to bound down the stairs to pick up breakfast, locally sourced produce for the dinner table and a few bottles of beer brewed by a nearby micro-brand.

A little further south, the Roncy district proved to be the best example of a street that was so brimming with local life that it was almost tricky to stay on the sidewalk. In between new pizza joints and gourmet pantries, traditional businesses catering to the local Polish and German communities were displaying their Easter wares and owners were chattering away in Canadian-accented Germ-lish.

* emphasis ours, not in original


Source: The Fast Lane: Some neighbourhoods are streets aheadFT.com


 

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