This unit of the apartment complex down the street from me always has such nice flowers.
I love that you can see the bones of a standard tiny bungalow hiding behind what I would guess was a renovation to give the house a Spanish-style facade.
The Overlook neighborhood doesn’t love that Adidas North American Headquarters shares the neighborhood. But I also bet they didn’t love it when that building was a hospital.
Also, I would recast that sign to read: This is not an adidas approved Lyft or Uber transfer point.
- I left the “a” in Adidas as a lower case “a” because of branding. However I used uppercase in my writing because that’s what is standard practice in reporting.
- “Nor” goes better with “neither” which doesn’t work in this sentence.
- “Pickup” as both a noun and an adjective is one word. It’s two words as a verb.
- “Drop-off” does use a hyphen
- However, the use of a compound word and a hyphened word when they have a similar structure is confusing, so I changed “pickup or drop-off area” to the brief phrase “transfer point”
- I would also consider replacing “Lyft or Uber” with the word “ridesharing” to use a more generic term.
- I chose “ridesharing” over “ride sharing” because Google’s Ngram Viewer indicates that the compound word is used more often.