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One Hundred | 21 & 17 fl | U/C
When is construction supposed to begin on the second tower?
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(08-30-2018, 04:49 PM)panamaniac Wrote: When is construction supposed to begin on the second tower?

"2019", though I'm not sure if early or late.
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Crane coming down today


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(10-15-2018, 01:32 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote: Crane coming down today

Wonder if they will set it up beside where tower 2 will be?, or why not leave it where it was and build the other tower?
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Was this crane outside of the building? I know some are internalized in the elevator shafts.

That would explain it if it's the case.
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(10-15-2018, 09:01 PM)Spokes Wrote: Was this crane outside of the building?  I know some are internalized in the elevator shafts.

That would explain it if it's the case.

It was outside the building.  'the crane was being loaded onto trucks and taken away. They still have to excavate the site for the second tower. So no point leaving the crane on scene.
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Rent on cranes is very expensive, they come down as soon as possible.
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(10-15-2018, 09:12 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote:
(10-15-2018, 09:01 PM)Spokes Wrote: Was this crane outside of the building?  I know some are internalized in the elevator shafts.

That would explain it if it's the case.

It was outside the building.  'the crane was being loaded onto trucks and taken away. They still have to excavate the site for the second tower. So no point leaving the crane on scene.

True about the excavation, forgot about that.
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(10-16-2018, 12:23 AM)clasher Wrote: Rent on cranes is very expensive, they come down as soon as possible.



Unless you're barrelyards. Then you leave one around as decoration and to tease people
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(10-16-2018, 03:10 AM)Spokes Wrote:
(10-16-2018, 12:23 AM)clasher Wrote: Rent on cranes is very expensive, they come down as soon as possible.



Unless you're barrelyards. Then you leave one around as decoration and to tease people

Maybe they own that crane....
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They must. They'd have to.
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Momentum definately does not own that crane. They sub out everything. Rumor has it that crane is going up in the Garment Street (tower 3) site next. Permits have already been pulled and financing is in place for T3. I'm trying to get a straight answer on tower 2, but my last update was that tower 2 wont start getting built until tower 1 is done. Something about too much risk having all three being constructed at once.
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(11-02-2018, 01:57 AM)Quadcities34 Wrote: Momentum definately does not own that crane. They sub out everything. Rumor has it that crane is going up in the Garment Street (tower 3) site next. Permits have already been pulled and financing is in place for T3. I'm trying to get a straight answer on tower 2, but my last update was that tower 2 wont start getting built until tower 1 is done. Something about too much risk having all three being constructed at once.

Well, if that's true, it's a cool turn of events, as I was expecting T3 to be last.

Where are you finding your info?
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I'd be annoyed if I bought in tower two and that was the case
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Does that mean T3, the Garment St. condo, will be built and finished prior to the initial anticipated occupancy date? I believe it is Spring 2021.
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