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Do we know if there will be a "Google" logo or anything else on the tower at any point from any of the tenants?
That would look pretty cool if they did. Btw, does anyone know what the heck is on each of the roof tops on the Northshore? They look like kimchi pots.
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I moved the political posts to the off topic thread.
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The Austin Business Journal had a story on it opening, including a photo showing one of the balconies.

https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/n...wn-austin.html
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That would look pretty cool if they did. Btw, does anyone know what the heck is on each of the roof tops on the Northshore? They look like kimchi pots.
Are you talking about the white curvy piece seen from Cesar Chavez looking up? That is the base of the pool deck. Just a sculptural underside.
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Are you talking about the white curvy piece seen from Cesar Chavez looking up? That is the base of the pool deck. Just a sculptural underside.
On every roof top of the Northshore, there are what looks like canopies, and its what's underneath them that has me curious.
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On every roof top of the Northshore, there are what looks like canopies, and its what's underneath them that has me curious.
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Old Posted Sep 20, 2017, 9:56 AM
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Here's a cool look into the offices - 21 pics.

https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/n...ky-inside.html
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It's awesome on the inside. If only the outside looked even remotely as cool as the style on the interior...
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I know. It's all buttoned down business on the outside and party inside.
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Well it makes sense, the inside was designed after the outside was designed/under construction. Unfortunately they weren't designed together.
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You're latest Flickr photos are amazing!
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Thank you. The Fairmont doesnt look half bad in that angle.
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Those are great. I really like the view looking east down the river.

The Aloft Hotel still looks like a prison for the blind to me, though. Ugh.
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Isn't this one supposed to get Google signage? Any word of when?
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It would be cool to see it happen. It's crazy how Google has grown. I remember my uncle telling me about this really cool new search engine probably not long after they had started in 1998. I never would have guessed the company would grow to become so big and important to the development of the internet, and end up taking space in a office tower in Austin.
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