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Old Posted Dec 19, 2020, 11:03 PM
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Saw them taking down the shorter crane today. Didn't jump it down, just dismantling the shorter crane with the taller one.
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This year i'm grateful for friends like Harry C. and Nick U. for keeping us up to date on our beloved city's ever growing skyline with your wonderful pics.
also rgarri!

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Cirrus & Cascade from above.



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These are so good. We need more 600-800 footers in that highrise section of Streeterville it looks weird being so short compared to the rest
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The angle makes it look like they catch the street lights exactly through the blow through hole. Pretty cool.
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Old Posted Dec 24, 2020, 4:19 AM
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The angle makes it look like they catch the street lights exactly through the blow through hole. Pretty cool.
Haha yeah. good catch!
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Old Posted Jan 1, 2021, 5:25 PM
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The last one is topped off now right?
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I don't have a camera but I usually go to check out construction sites when I take walks around the city. Here's a few cell phone shots from yesterday (Dec 31).


https://flic.kr/p/2ko1zdC


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Old Posted Jan 3, 2021, 3:26 AM
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So does Site I start when these both top off or when they completely open to the public.
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Yimby stated it could start in 2021 or 2022, but that doesn't sound very definitive.

https://chicagoyimby.com/2020/12/lak...countdown.html
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My outstanding question pertains to if Site I will entail both residential to own and residential to rent. This seems to be the most safe approach both financially and occupancy for projects this size.

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Yimby stated it could start in 2021 or 2022, but that doesn't sound very definitive.

https://chicagoyimby.com/2020/12/lak...countdown.html
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Some seem to think site I is going to break ground as soon as construction wraps up on Cirrus and Cascade just b/c the developer said site I was the next tower to start after those two are completed. The developer simply meant site I was the next tower to break ground but not necessarily right after. Also, I believe site I is supposed to host 600 condos after the hotel portion was removed. Minus COVID, we would have been lucky to have site I break ground late 2021. I highly doubt that'll happen now. Maybe sometime in 2022. Hope I'm wrong though.
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Some seem to think site I is going to break ground as soon as construction wraps up on Cirrus and Cascade just b/c the developer said site I was the next tower to start after those two are completed. The developer simply meant site I was the next tower to break ground but not necessarily right after. Also, I believe site I is supposed to host 600 condos after the hotel portion was removed. Minus COVID, we would have been lucky to have site I break ground late 2021. I highly doubt that'll happen now. Maybe sometime in 2022. Hope I'm wrong though.
COVID has been the quick sharp shock to the system. Rising sea levels is what will keep the Chicago market booming.
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Some seem to think site I is going to break ground as soon as construction wraps up on Cirrus and Cascade just b/c the developer said site I was the next tower to start after those two are completed. The developer simply meant site I was the next tower to break ground but not necessarily right after. Also, I believe site I is supposed to host 600 condos after the hotel portion was removed. Minus COVID, we would have been lucky to have site I break ground late 2021. I highly doubt that'll happen now. Maybe sometime in 2022. Hope I'm wrong though.
Yea, to quote the article the whole thing may take 5-7 years. Not sure how long it's been but it's a simple math problem once that's figured out.

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The tower is the final phase for the three-building plan at Parcels IJKL. Work will not begin on the structure until Cirrus and Cascade are complete. Reports state that the total construction period for Cirrus, Cascade, and Parcel I will be between five and seven years.

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That would make sense, are the shorter (currently UC) ones rentals?
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^ Cascade is all rental while Cirrus is all condo.
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