I made a mistake last week during an interview with Ted Smith, a celebrated local architect and co-chair of the Master of Real Estate Development program at the Woodbury School of Architecture.
The Golden Hill community, I said, didn’t like a modern condo building at the corner of 26th and B streets, called K Lofts, built by Smith’s long-time colleague Jonathan Segal.
I was regurgitating conventional wisdom, but Smith took exception.
“I’ve heard that a few times, and it’s absolute bullshit,” he said. “That building is loved by so many people.”