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A little update on the project. They knocked over their own sign!

 

 

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That bulldozer seems to have sunk into the dirt a little

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Interesting. Looks like you took this right before they poured concrete. The pylons pictured here have been filled as of yesterday. I'll send some pics when I get home.

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17 hours ago, JBTX said:

Looks like the did more work today than just concrete. I guess we are officially "Going Up."

 

 

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I’m guessing you live in one of those townhomes immediately to the east of this site. I’m curious how you feel about having your downtown view blocked by a mid rise apartment?

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2 hours ago, JBTX said:

 

You are correct.

 

I don't care. There was a beautiful tree on that lot before that blocked my view from the 2nd story because the tree was so big. The view is only available from the third floor right now, and while it is a lovely view, I bought a piece of property in the East End with two massive vacant lots in front of me (this one and the one owned by Midway across from Alamo Tamales). I was under no delusion that the lots would be left undeveloped.


That’s a refreshingly rational viewpoint. I was just curious because I’ve seen other people post on here complaining about having tall buildings built that compromise their views, sunlight, etc. You didn’t seem to fit in that camp, but I thought I’d ask anyway.

 

I did the same, buying with an empty lot next door. A three story apartment is currently being built that blocks a view of the edge of downtown from the shared driveway. Like you, I figured it would be developed eventually. I’m just glad someone didn’t try to stick a high rise there. . .

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4 minutes ago, thedistrict84 said:


That’s a refreshingly rational viewpoint. I was just curious because I’ve seen other people post on here complaining about having tall buildings built that compromise their views, sunlight, etc.

 

Please, block my sunlight! My cooling bills will go down in half. Though, yes. I will have to switch the herbs/vegetables I grow when the sunlight changes.

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Heede tower crane base. Hard to believe this will reach the whole project unless it has a really long jib. Might just be for the parking garage in the middle.

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Somewhat related to all this: has anyone gotten a hold of management at Andes Cafe to see what their plan is?

 

I haven't seen anyone other than waitstaff at Andes recently, and I was curious what was going to happen when Marquette moves to renovate their building. I think it would be great to see Andes move into the structure on 2404, when complete, but I wasn't sure if anyone knew what the timeline was going to be.

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The tower crane operator from the Hanover River Oaks project said it would be 9 sections high. He works for TAS which is the concrete contractor for this project.

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The Hanover River Oaks tower crane operator just told me he is in fact the operator for this project too. No more heads in the cloud, but a job just the same.

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