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Old Posted Dec 3, 2019, 3:32 PM
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Great find Jawn. As I've said before, when highrises line the Schuylkill River on both sides, it will weave Center City and West Philly together given the appearance of a unified megalopolis.
I recently came across the Walt Whitman bridge NJ > PA, and I have to admit with the continued growth in UC that angle of the city makes it looks pretty damn close to a large unified city. UC may not have many 500+ foot buildings, but the density is there.
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Yeah, they are kicking ass over there. Like the project is on steroids. I think after this pour, they will be topside (above grade).
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Yeah, they are kicking ass over there. Like the project is on steroids. I think after this pour, they will be topside (above grade).
They said it was to be at ground level in January, it's already at ground level, so that makes me believe they could top earlier than they project (they said next Fall)
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more form work being done and multiple concrete trucks lined up in the queue for pours on this rainy day...
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The core is already about two stories above grade.
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Of all the developments going up and after all these years, this project gives me great satisfaction.
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Happy New Year, everyone! It was so nice to see this site finally being developed from the Kimmel Center. Once completed, this building will have a huge effect on the feel of the area!

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Old Posted Jan 9, 2020, 5:37 PM
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Laurel crane on the left, Arthaus crane near the middle. From Runnemede, NJ and hour ago
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Does anyone else find these oversized zoomed photos spamming every thread obnoxious? I feel like this poster has been politely asked several times to stop doing it?

Maybe post a link to your photo work instead of spamming the pages with massive, un-viewable, grainy, zoomed images.
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Does anyone else find these oversized zoomed photos spamming every thread obnoxious? I feel like this poster has been politely asked several times to stop doing it?

Maybe post a link to your photo work instead of spamming the pages with massive, un-viewable, grainy, zoomed images.
I agree. Viewing on my laptop from work is damn near impossible.

TK, while your work is greatly appreciated, I feel as if it could be further appreciated through a link or a scaled down version from flickr. I also believe that it would make your image immensely easier to understand. I can't tell what's going on in that picture due to its size until I ctrl/- to zoom my page out.
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2020, 6:18 PM
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Just zoom out
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I agree. Viewing on my laptop from work is damn near impossible.

TK, while your work is greatly appreciated, I feel as if it could be further appreciated through a link or a scaled down version from flickr. I also believe that it would make your image immensely easier to understand. I can't tell what's going on in that picture due to its size until I ctrl/- to zoom my page out.
Don't bother asking, he refuses to do it for some reason.
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Don't bother asking, he refuses to do it for some reason.
Even though multiple people have been asking him politely?
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Even though multiple people have been asking him politely?
Putting TK on ignore was the best thing I did. Once I read that he has stopped posting these obscenely large images I will take him off ignore.
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Putting TK on ignore was the best thing I did. Once I read that he has stopped posting these obscenely large images I will take him off ignore.
Remind me how you go about ignoring posters?
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Missing out on my updates, that's cute.I can care less, but I'll always be happy posting and taking pictures
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Plus of I resize it, you could barely make out the cranes are there, so enjoy as it is
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