There seems to be a growing trend in the Twin Cities of tearing down smaller homes and replacing them with supersize structures. On Sunday the Minneapolis Tribune published an article about it with examples of newly built houses in Minnetonka, a coveted lake area. Although the houses that are being built in our Highland Park neighborhood are decidedly smaller than the ones mentioned in the article, these four under construction a few blocks from our home have changed the landscape of that street. . . and not for the better in my opinion. Although our city lots in this area are not enormous the spaces between the buildings here are decidedly narrower because the houses are much too large for the lot. This teardown trend with supersize replacements is causing a stir in some quarters. Is this happening in your town, too?