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Old Posted Feb 24, 2021, 3:10 PM
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at least its not just a simple all glass façade.
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Old Posted Mar 2, 2021, 5:04 PM
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Anyone know what floor they're working on right now? Super funky vs what they were doing.
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Old Posted Mar 2, 2021, 5:18 PM
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Can see the tower crane in this shot


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Anyone know what floor they're working on right now? Super funky vs what they were doing.
They're up to the amenity floor. The next floor will show the push back from Walnut Street
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Great shot, and welcome back, sorta? LOL.
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Old Posted Mar 2, 2021, 10:33 PM
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They're up to the amenity floor. The next floor will show the push back from Walnut Street
Ahhhh, that explains it. I was wondering what they were up to with all the funky formwork and extra rebar. I thought maybe it was a load-transfer floor, and/or some kind of core expansion. But it's probably for the amenities, e.g., swimming pool, hot tub, etc.
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Great shot, and welcome back, sorta? LOL.
I've never been one to get very involved in the conversations. Usually more of just a picture poster, and working from home limits my opportunities to take photos. There was definitely a stretch of at least half a year without posting anything, but I've read most everything from everyone else. Guess I'm almost a lurker nowadays.
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I've never been one to get very involved in the conversations. Usually more of just a picture poster, and working from home limits my opportunities to take photos. There was definitely a stretch of at least half a year without posting anything, but I've read most everything from everyone else. Guess I'm almost a lurker nowadays.
Yep, I also noticed activity on the threads slowed down during part of the pandemic but now they have picked up. But, I'm glad that you can post photos whenever you get them. I equally enjoy the photo posts as much as some of the discussions, but always avoids the rants. Take care!

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^^Great shots TK! With Laurel and Arthaus going up, the view of the skyline from the east may become my second favorite view after the view from the west/southwest.
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^^Hot damn... love that density.
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According to the CDR document, the amenity level is at 278 feet. The structure is currently 46% up, here's more pictures that I took today
The Laurel Rittenhouse Square and Arthaus from Camden by Philly SkyGuy, on Flickr
Philadelphia skyline from Camden by Philly SkyGuy, on Flickr
Philadelphia skyline from Westville by Philly SkyGuy, on Flickr
The Laurel Rittenhouse Square from Westville by Philly SkyGuy, on Flickr
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According to the CDR document, the amenity level is at 278 feet. The structure is currently 46% up, here's more pictures that I took today
Wow, it still has a long way to go! Very exciting.
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^^^Oooh, that is getting spicy.
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^^^Oooh, that is getting spicy.
Yep, definitely spicier than in the renderings.
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