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Old Posted Nov 14, 2019, 4:15 AM
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from the trib:


full article: https://www.chicagotribune.com/colum...tqq-story.html




even if this moves forward and gets approved, and even if the economy can hold up long enough to support it, we're still more than 2.5 years out from construction according to the developer's own schedule.

We'll live.

if it's 2022 we could see this rise along with Site I in LSE or even Related's project.

We all want this done right and not another 1000M where we question the developers ability to execute.

We have lots to keep us busy til then.
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Old Posted Nov 14, 2019, 4:12 PM
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We'll live.

if it's 2022 we could see this rise along with Site I in LSE or even Related's project.

We all want this done right and not another 1000M where we question the developers ability to execute.

We have lots to keep us busy til then.
I dunno, this boom has already lasted such a crazy long time, I feel less confident that developers will still be in a position to break ground on supertalls in 2022.
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Good things come to those who wait I guess, I know 2022 seems far out but it'll come soon enough.




With the increased unit count they either did a lot of rearranging (i.e. rentals instead of luxury) or this is just incorrect. I also don't see the logic of not adding another 30+ feet. The title of tallest building in Chicago would be quite an honor, minor increased construction costs aside.

They have 2+ years to come to their senses I guess
Marketing alone for stealing the title of the tallest would be enough to warrant the height increase. Baffling really. Anyone mind explaining why height never seems to be sought for, they same way American skyscrapers used to fight for the tallest title. It's what brought forth skyscraper innovation to the world.

And I write all this jibber jabber I remember... Oh wait, our cities have development codes...
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We'll live.
i certainly pray that i'll still be alive 2.5 years from now, regardless of this project's fate.

my fear, as expressed by others, is that this current building cycle will be getting extremely long in the tooth by then, and that could potentially spell trouble for this project's viability.

if the developer had stated they anticipate groundbreaking in Q1 of 2021 or something like that, my fear would be lessened a bit.
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When is the Tribune Tower Reno expected to be completed? Any chance early-midway through 2022??
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Old Posted Nov 15, 2019, 1:42 AM
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i certainly pray that i'll still be alive 2.5 years from now, regardless of this project's fate.

my fear, as expressed by others, is that this current building cycle will be getting extremely long in the tooth by then, and that could potentially spell trouble for this project's viability.

if the developer had stated they anticipate groundbreaking in Q1 of 2021 or something like that, my fear would be lessened a bit.
With groundbreaking in 2022 the completion would probably be in 2025. Maybe there will be a downturn before the groundbreaking and they'll be targeting the next recovery by then. Also no other competition in 2025 that I know of on the high end yet!
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When is the Tribune Tower Reno expected to be completed? Any chance early-midway through 2022??
I think I saw somewhere move-ins for the west tower are slated for Q4 2020

EDIT: Found it; the bottom of this article: https://www.rejournals.com/first-pee...ences-20190816

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Old Posted Nov 15, 2019, 5:16 PM
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i certainly pray that i'll still be alive 2.5 years from now, regardless of this project's fate.
The glacial pace of some projects does remind one of his own mortality sometimes. (2 WTC...)
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The glacial pace of some projects does remind one of his own mortality sometimes. (2 WTC...)
I guess we should count ourselves lucky. At least we're not waiting on the completion of some medieval cathedral...
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I guess we should count ourselves lucky. At least we're not waiting on the completion of some medieval cathedral...
See: Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota.

Projects like that are fascinating but they also reveal my 21st century expectations that everything happens at a fast pace. Sagrada Familia will allegedly be finished before 2030, but Crazy Horse aims to outlive me.
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^ even closer to home, the bahai temple up in wilmette took 41 years to complete. started in 1912, finished in 1953.
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I saw a guy wearing a Crazy Horse monument t-shirt and I thought to myself that is the closest anyone will ever see that thing complete. Sad but true.
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Im confused with the east section. Is that gap in the middle going to get built up or is it going to be a pool deck type of deal?
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From the photos posted in Crains last month, it looks like some sort of outdoor terrace. The pool is indoors behind the Tribune sign.

TWO MORE DAYS.
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Today is tribune east day !!!!!!!!
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Old Posted Nov 19, 2019, 4:26 PM
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Today is tribune east day !!!!!!!!
Definitely excited and nervous to learn about the change! What time is the meeting?
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Old Posted Nov 19, 2019, 4:34 PM
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It's 6PM at the Sheraton I believe, right? Walking over after work. I want to see this in person!
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Old Posted Nov 19, 2019, 5:04 PM
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I am also eager to see new changes even tho 400 LSD is more intriguing
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