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It's a wood laminate flooring, which tends to be more durable and less expensive than just straight hardwood.  It's much nicer than cheap laminate from 20 years ago

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1 hour ago, cspwal said:

It's a wood laminate flooring, which tends to be more durable and less expensive than just straight hardwood.  It's much nicer than cheap laminate from 20 years ago

Yea, that's what I'm installing in one of my properties. Cost $1.49 per square foot but it's durable, pretty scratch resistant, easier to install (labor) and isn't at the cost of hardwood floors. Laminate flooring has come a long way.

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I have laminate "wood" flooring and its alright, supper slippery and loud as shit. I have to keep my dog's nails trimmed or the click clack is unbearable. It's really not that bad I'm being a bit dramatic, however if I were renting a luxury apartment I probably wouldn't be too happy with it. 

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The size of that parking lot is heartbreaking.

 

You could take the middle half of that space and build enough structured parking to serve this development and the former Harold's site (also owned by Braun), then develop the 19th and 20th St frontages with additional retail or residential. Instead, you have a couple acres of concrete separating this site from the highly walkable parts of 19th St.

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Yeah, it's a sea. 

I'd like to point out what doesn't come through in the pictures (though it's there). A quarter of the chase lot has a two story steel construction. You can see it in on the right in the second and sixth pictures. 

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On 8/6/2018 at 11:19 AM, EllenOlenska said:

Yeah, it's a sea. 

I'd like to point out what doesn't come through in the pictures (though it's there). A quarter of the chase lot has a two story steel construction. You can see it in on the right in the second and sixth pictures. 

 

I understand that to be the new footprint of the bank branch. Once completed, the current Chase building will likely be demolished for whatever is going up in its place.

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I assume this is something they put together during the bidding process for the land a few years ago?

 

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No, it seems like it's there in the back with the green roof?

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5 hours ago, BigFootsSocks said:

Oh man that would’ve been awesome but I guess they would have had to tear down the existing buildings?

 

Nope. All three previously existing buildings are in the rendering. The taller, diagonally oriented building is where Braun is putting the surface parking lot.

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I guess Im just posting confirmation that this is still planned? That info is from over a year ago.

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5 hours ago, Triton said:

I guess Im just posting confirmation that this is still planned? That info is from over a year ago.

Yeah I read it on Swamplot this morning. This one and two other new locations.

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5 hours ago, Triton said:

I guess Im just posting confirmation that this is still planned? That info is from over a year ago.

Yeah I read it on Swamplot this morning. This one and two other new locations.

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A few pictures from a garage over 19th. Some of the shots are of the Greystar/Chase blocks. I always assumed the northeast quadrant of the block (the one closest to the garage and my phone camera) was where they were building. There's a lot of work going on there. If so, it's right across from Alliance. But I can't tell at all from the Greystar rendering. QuICnvk.jpgvQahU8m.jpgYkcCffv.jpgToWIhZH.jpgiduil77.jpgwTjWbLf.jpg
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1 hour ago, EllenOlenska said:

A few pictures from a garage over 19th. Some of the shots are of the Greystar/Chase blocks. I always assumed the northeast quadrant of the block (the one closest to the garage and my phone camera) was where they were building. There's a lot of work going on there. If so, it's right across from Alliance. But I can't tell at all from the Greystar rendering. QuICnvk.jpgvQahU8m.jpgYkcCffv.jpgToWIhZH.jpgiduil77.jpgwTjWbLf.jpg
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I hate to be that guy, but does a thread exist for what is going up on that plot of land in the first picture across from the water works?

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10 minutes ago, CaptainJilliams said:

 

I hate to be that guy, but does a thread exist for what is going up on that plot of land in the first picture across from the water works?


They haven't done anything to the old Chase Building yet, I don't think. But I think all but the southeastern quadrant (where they have the new chase building) is Greystar. I put it on the Greystar forum where people were recently arguing longwindedly. 

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On 6/15/2019 at 2:46 PM, CaptainJilliams said:

 

I hate to be that guy, but does a thread exist for what is going up on that plot of land in the first picture across from the water works?

 

 

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