but add brick walkwaysand some quaint, white lights.
A plaza in the middle
will be a placewhere young couples
can play with their toddlers.
And it will all besmall businesses,
like artisan cheese shopsor noodle houses.
Oh, this isreally exciting.
I thought this area was justgonna stay [bleep] forever.
Mrph rmh rmhmhm rm!
So you think you keep allthe existing structures?
I do. It's part of whatgives a revitalized area
like this its charmthat the hipsters like.
Hey, what are you peopledoing?
We're gentrifying.It's all good.
Okay, hold on.Everyone, listen up.
We understand that not everyoneis for the town
spending moneyon the SodoSopa project.
We want everyone to be ableto voice their concerns.
Yeah, I got concerns!
I don't want you touchingmy damn house!
We realize that when arejuvenation like this
takes place, the lower-incomeresidents fear
they'll be priced outof the area.
Me? I work hard and providefor my family just fine!
Stewart, come on.Your house sucks.
If you people want toturn something into
a vibrant arts district,then do it to Randy's house.
My house is nice.
Mr. McKormick, you willbe living in
the most vibrant partof the entire town.
SodoSopa is the futureof South Park.
There'll be amazing foodand incredible shops
right at your doorstep.
And we want to assurethe lower-income families
that we are going to takethe time to do this right.
The city begins to plan the new SoDoSoPa project. Afterwards, they hold a meeting for the lower income residents.