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I personally love how the sidecar's facade is broken up, especially from the courtyard and the corner facing the park. Although the side facing the John Ross looks rather repetitive, I think a lot of thought went into many aspects of this part of the Ardea. There are certain units in this building that are going to be spectacular. Many with VERY large outdoor terraces. I pray to god that someone opens a cafe or bar or something in one of the retail spaces with the glass garage door that opens to the courtyard and fountain. It would be amazing in the summer.
the sidecar section is finally buttoned-up. Took them a while.
exactly one year ago this was 5 bare floors of open concrete slab.
(and yet the whole Riva [Alexan] tower was only about 3/4 of the way built!)