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Charlie West (Charles & Gaukel) | 31 fl | U/C
Haven't had a good ol progress update in a while:

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Will any of the below grade portion be part of the parking? Or will that be all above grade in the podium ?
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Thanks for posting!
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(02-07-2019, 05:13 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote: Will any of the below grade portion be part of the parking?  Or will that be all above grade in the podium ?

Yes, there will be underground parking. I'd assume pretty much all of it is parking, not much else to put down there except some storage lockers. The building design has storage lockers on every floor though, so I'm not sure how many additional ones will be required.
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Can't see it in this photo, but the North wall by King Center and the West wall has I steel beams and tube steel beams buried in the cement and connected to the support wall. Wonder if these will stay in or are temporary? Thank you.
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Really cool shot:

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