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Old Posted Oct 13, 2022, 4:02 AM
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This thing has sprung up impressively fast. I spy it a few times a week from my train commute and it's been a nice surprise to watch. Can't wait to watch the newest buildings spring up too which just started construction across the street.
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I can't wait to see this project rise above the skyline. All the buildings in this development look great and it will make that area of the city look super slay. I really hope The 78, One Central, and Lincoln Yards developments also begin construction soon!
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920 is 21 stories? Can't have more than one or two floors left before the penthouse/mechanicals, I would assume?
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920 is 21 stories? Can't have more than one or two floors left before the penthouse/mechanicals, I would assume?
They've already poured it.
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They've already poured it.
Wow, just under six months to go from groundbreaking to topped out
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Incredibly topped out in 6 months.

This is madness. This is JDL!

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Ha, is that a 300 reference I spot?
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Haha, right on.
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Thats great that 868 has the underground parking! Hopefully the podium floors are filled with active uses too.
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Would love to see underground parking (or even better, low/no parking) normalized in this city, especially in/near downtown. River North is littered with ugly parking podiums. Good for JDL.
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Would love to see underground parking (or even better, low/no parking) normalized in this city, especially in/near downtown. River North is littered with ugly parking podiums. Good for JDL.
Isn’t the problem keeping the water out?
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