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Old Posted Yesterday, 7:29 AM
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Can we dust off 'the Pin' proposal and attach it to the stadium and get some CN Tower vibes??
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Can we dust off 'the Pin' proposal and attach it to the stadium and get some CN Tower vibes??
Now you're talking! I refuse to believe that The Pin never gets built
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Old Posted Yesterday, 5:51 PM
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Now you're talking! I refuse to believe that The Pin never gets built
That ugly thing looks like a water tower :



https://newatlas.com/phoenix-observa...wer-pin/26176/



https://www.lakegenevanews.net/news/...3f1db8ccf.html


I still prefer something like this if it looked like a phoenix rising and lit up with red lights at night that rose from the bottom to the top



https://www.archdaily.com/24089/zaab...n-architecture
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Definitely reminds me of illinois farm towns. Anyone who has spent time in the midwest knows what az liam is talking about.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 6:13 PM
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Yes, this idea would be cool.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 6:33 PM
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Well now I can’t not see a water tower. I do think the spiral is cool.
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Yes, whatever renovations in and around the stadium definitely must consist of something EXTREMELY iconic and genuinely represents both AZ/Phoenix and that "spiral" design would be ideal but obviously don't know if that is feasible.

Again, I'm certain Kendrick, Derrick Hall, and the rest of the brass involved already have a blue-print (renderings) and a plan involving the land around the stadium and what is at their disposal to come up with that projected $500 million price tag and also enough assurances to even remotely consider this scenario or else they would be wasting everyone's time.

The garages should definitely be repurposed. Perhaps another possibility is that the Coyotes and their ownership could possibly relocate back to downtown Phoenix and somehow align themselves with the Dbacks in having their arena along with Chase Field in some manner. That would definitely be a win-win situation!
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