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    would be

    Brooklyn’s De Kalb Market, for example, was supposed to be in place for just three years, but became a neighborhood center where there hadn’t been much of one before. “People gravitated towards it,” says Lydon. “People like going there. You run the risk of people lamenting the loss of that. The developer would be smart to integrate things like the community garden — [giving residents an] opportunity to keep growing food on the site. The radio station could get a permanent space. The beer garden could be kept.”

    Why "would be" here? Does it already have "
    things like the community garden" or is it just a prospect?

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    Re: would be

    The author believes that it would be a good idea to do it (to integrate things) - something that hasn't been implemented yet.

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    Re: would be

    Quote Originally Posted by Bennevis View Post
    The author believes that it would be a good idea to do it (to integrate things) - something that hasn't been implemented yet.
    Umm...so it's the same as "it'd be good if...". Thanks for your reply, Bennevis.

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