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Old Posted Jul 19, 2011, 3:37 PM
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I don't really want the twin for OLP built. We have more than enough twins in this city. Although, if it was significantly taller or shorter, with a slightly different design it could work. Another problem for me, is that OLP is such a (locally) iconic building for the city, that I can't really ever imagine it losing it's title as tallest. But one day I really want to see a building go above 120 m downtown, so I am torn!
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