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


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

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Looking good!
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.
This is looking great.

View from the crane, by the way: http://citycentreconstruction.tumblr.com...-the-crane
(08-18-2015, 03:28 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!
Aug 23: brickwork has started.

[Image: 20838293822_8cd148f5e6_b.jpg]City Center Topped Off by Matt, on Flickr
^ 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.
I think the crane is coming down, yesterday evening they were setting up a big mobile crane.
Looks like it is time for the City Centre crane to come down - happening right now!

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It's looking good!

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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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