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City Centre/Young Condominiums | 67 & 46 m | 17 & 12 fl | U/C
#46
A view from Victoria Park last week.

http://i.imgur.com/ztKGjPG.jpg

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#47
The glazing is much further along than at 1 Victoria. But the construction techniques are different on the two buildings, too.
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#48
[Image: 19502748833_b3a8b30947_b.jpg]City Center by Matt, on Flickr
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#49
Great shot Lens
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#50
From the city hall (lower) roof, during last Saturday's blues festival:

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#51
Looking good!
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#52
I've been really impressed at the speed at which this has been enclosed. Much faster than One Victoria it seems, although I'm assuming they're just focusing their energy elsewhere.
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#53
This is looking great.

View from the crane, by the way: http://citycentreconstruction.tumblr.com...-the-crane
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#54
(08-18-2015, 02:28 AM)ac3r Wrote: This is looking great.

View from the crane, by the way: http://citycentreconstruction.tumblr.com...-the-crane

Very cool video, thanks for posting!
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#55
Aug 23: brickwork has started.


[Image: 20838293822_8cd148f5e6_b.jpg]City Center Topped Off by Matt, on Flickr
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#56
^ Nice photo.

I walked by today and more girders were up where the Mayfair used to be, so the street front facing King should be taking shape over the next few weeks.
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#57
I think the crane is coming down, yesterday evening they were setting up a big mobile crane.
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#58
Looks like it is time for the City Centre crane to come down - happening right now!

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#59
It's looking good!

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#60
Probably this has been asked a lot... but when is expected move in? Before the end of the year I assume?
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