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Old Posted Dec 6, 2019, 1:57 AM
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The dark bronze color actually works. I was worried when the facade started to go up.
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Tower Crane

They have a large crawler crane on the street and looks like it is going to be used to take down the tower crane today.
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Very pleased with how this one came out. Actually better looking than the computer generated renders.
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Note: the steel for New College peaking over the stadium (upper-right), pile-drivers at the Hub site (far left).

The ever-changing view from our widow: new building on Penn's campus by Tom Ipri, on Flickr
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Looks really good from this angle. I can’t believe people thought a $1.5b Norman Foster building was going to look bad! Looks like something you’d see in Europe.
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