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Williamsburg Walk | ?m | 4 fl| sales
#16
This morning I noticed that there is actually some construction equipment on site. There is now an excavator.
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#17
Yes saw the excavator as well, thinking it would cost quite a bit to have that piece of equipment sit unused, unless the company that owns it is just parking it Smile
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#18
January is not a good time to be digging in frost...anywhere. Probably just parked.
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#19
They were digging today and crews were putting up fences on next vacant lot. I'm assuming that'll be used for staging.
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#20
Here's a photo from this morning
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#21
Both sites are now dug to full width and about 2m deep.
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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#22
How many floors of underground parking will there be?
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#23
Current progress:

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My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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#24
The whole backside has brick now too.
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#25
(11-08-2015, 03:17 PM)KevinL Wrote: Current progress:

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If you are going to live out in the boonies, I don't find that too bad.  Across from the park and close to some amenities.  Could do worse.
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#26
Here's a driveby pic of the rear

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