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The Hub | 44m | 14fl | U/C
#31
I didn't realize how big this lot is. Quite the chunk of land.
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#32
The buildings have all been demolished and a tower crane base has been installed.
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#33
Things are well underway here:

   
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#34
A second crane was being erected on site today.

   

   
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#35
Is this going up in phases, or all at once?
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#36
(09-05-2016, 02:21 PM)Spokes Wrote: Is this going up in phases, or all at once?

Phases. 365 Albert and then 130 Columbia.
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#37
3rd and 4th cranes are going up right now.


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#38
This is the highest number of cranes I have seen on a local project. I guess they mean business.
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#39
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(10-03-2016, 05:02 PM)rangersfan Wrote: This is the highest number of cranes I have seen on a local project. I guess they mean business.

Well when it comes to concrete it is Sirius! Tongue
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#40
I'm glad this is finally starting. However, I'm still disappointed in the updated designs. It looks like a hospital now, where the original renders would have added an incredibly unique, neo-modern architectural project to the cities.
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