If there's one thing about the Central West End that I like it's the amount of really grand architecture from about 1900 on. It seems . . . deeply petty to deny a new structure there simply because it's in a more or less contemporary style. Petty and self destructive. This isn't the French Quarter we're describing. It's a living neighborhood not a period themed amusement park for drunken tourists. I won't say that I like the stucco, necessarily, but I know folks that despise the building at 5725 Lindell (also technically stucco, I believe), and I love that building and think it fits in perfectly by being an outstanding example of its era, and ostentatious as all f***. Which is pretty much what that strip is about. (Love it or leave it.) And it's not as though there aren't a few cheap clunkers in the neighborhood trying too hard to look ostentatious but coming up just a tad short. I don't know. I don't see the grounds for denial on that one. And I have mixed emotions about most of the other denials this time too, save possibly for the fence. There are times neighborhood ordinances go too far. Just my two cents, mind.