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Thanks for the nice pics!

It would be really helpful if someone would provide the actual location (address, intersection, etc.) of these buildings so that those of us unfamiliar (or from out of town) could fully appreciate how the new buildings fit in to the landscape.

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Thanks for the nice pics!

It would be really helpful if someone would provide the actual location (address, intersection, etc.) of these buildings so that those of us unfamiliar (or from out of town) could fully appreciate how the new buildings fit in to the landscape.

Sorry about that:

The Cabot Oil and Gas Building is here: http://maps.pbase.com/pinemikey/image/114818806

Sysco Tower is here: http://maps.pbase.com/pinemikey/image/114817215

The SBM Atlantia Building is here: http://maps.pbase.com/pinemikey/image/113555962

The Foster Wheeler Building is here: http://maps.pbase.com/pinemikey/image/98174684

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Very nice photos. A lot of very cool buildings have gone up, and are going up around this part of town. There's one in particular I really like, right on I-10 somewhere between Greenhouse and Hwy 6. It's being built right now, and nearing completion. It's located along the feeder road, on the South side of 10. Toyota just build a brand new absolutely beautiful campus just east of Eldridge, about a mile or so south of 10.

I've been meaning to get out there and do some shooting soon. Thanks for posting these!!

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Enclave Parkways is a hidden gem among office parks, it follows a half moon route between Briar Forest and Elridge. There have probably been at least half a dozen mid rises that have gone up there in the past 5 years, among those are the Sysco expansion that is photographed above. I really Enclave Parkway because they have kept lots of mature trees that makes it seem like an office park in a forest, plus there are some really good mountain bike trails back there too.

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They've done a good job of including the existing greenspaces in the lot designs, IMO. Granted, this is a heavily forested area of the city and you'd be a pure moron not to be able to maintain some level of greenspeace but the site infringement seems minimal, considering that we're talking about suburban-style campuses.

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