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One Hundred | 21 & 17 fl | U/C
They should just form a deal with whatever is going to be the tallest building in the area eventually (transit hub?) and then incorporate the helipad on top of it.
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(06-26-2017, 11:31 AM)The Record Wrote: Nav Canada, which owns and operates Canada's civil air navigation service, issued a notice to pilots about the helipad being closed on Wednesday and for approximately a week to next Wednesday, said spokesperson Ron Singer.

They were notified (via the NOTAM) of a week long closure.  100 Vic won't be built in a week, so I assume the closure is just to allow for the crane to be completed and properly lit as per regs.

Sounds like a big fuss over nothing....

Coke
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Well, the crane has been up for longer than this past Wednesday, so presumably that's still a problem, if it's supposed to be lit. Aren't most tall cranes and buildings like that lit anyway regardless of location?
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(06-26-2017, 02:21 PM)Coke6pk Wrote: 100 Vic won't be built in a week,
Coke

Well, well, aren't we a little bit presumptuous.

You need to have a little more faith. They sent men to the moon, this is a cakewalk.
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