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Old Posted Jan 28, 2019, 2:39 AM
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Old Posted Jan 28, 2019, 7:36 AM
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It sucks BT was banned. I know he'd be excited about this and I'd love to get his feedback on it.
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I don't usually follow SF stuff, but have communicated w/ BT in the transport forum. Why was he banned? When?
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^He created a sock-puppet account for some reason.
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BT has a lot more time on his hands to do other things now that he was banned. I miss his commentary as well, and was always amazed how prolific he was. He joined this forum about the same time I did, but I can barely claim 1/34 as many posts.
Now that this project is taking shape in reality, I find myself having trouble remembering what it's supposed to look like so I went w-a-a-a-a-y back to find a good rendering and came across all this back and forth. Some of you know this by now but some may not so I'll tell you straight out I am the missing one.

I was not banned for a "sock-puppet sccount" or any such. I'm actually not exactly clear why I was banned myself--different mods have given me different reasons--but I believe the primary one is that I sorely aggravated a certain one of them in the Skybar who did the banning. I won't bore you with the details and it would be too far off-topic besides, but my sentence was commuted some time ago though under this new name.

Anyway, the ravages of time have also made me less of a walker getting around town as I used to be and I'm also spending more time out of town so I can't do a lot of photography on my own. For that reason especially I do appreciate what the rest of you do. And this is one of the projects I'm most interested in because it essentially completes the redevelopment of Yerba Buena, something I've waited since the mid-1980s to see. And a former Director of the Mexican Museum also is a personal acquaintance so there's that too.

Please keep the photographic updates coming.
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Old Posted Feb 1, 2019, 10:01 AM
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...I went w-a-a-a-a-y back to find a good rendering and came across all this back and forth. Some of you know this by now but some may not so I'll tell you straight out I am the missing one...

Apparently so, but then again not really missing that is.
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Old Posted Feb 2, 2019, 4:17 AM
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sort of a strange one here... this is the future Third St sidewalk looking north from the corner with Mission, taken through a black mesh draping



and, it only sort of captures in photos, but the Aronson building really almost glows, they've done a nice job with the clean-up of the stone exterior. if someone could get there in the morning hours, that would probably be the best light to get it in. I'm usually a pretty hopeless night owl so doubt I will do it!

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Old Posted Feb 2, 2019, 6:56 AM
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sort of a strange one here... this is the future Third St sidewalk looking north from the corner with Mission, taken through a black mesh draping
Why's it strange or do you mean just the photo is strange because it's taken through the draping?

As we know because we walk on those metal doors in the sidewalk all the time (or some of us avoid walking on them), many buildings have basements that extend under the sidewalk.
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Old Posted Feb 3, 2019, 2:02 AM
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... do you mean just the photo is strange because it's taken through the draping?...
yes, that's what I was referring to
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2019, 9:22 PM
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^^Looking forward to when they get past the top of the Aronson Bldg--I assume it'll move faster then. Looks like they've only added about 1 floor in 3 weeks.

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Old Posted Feb 17, 2019, 6:23 PM
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I'm surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet. It looks like the building height may be reduced by 40 feet:



Before and after:



Here's a close up of the tower base and side of the Aronson Building:




Just to remember how it will look like

And the schedule as previously mentioned

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Excavation: November 2017 to April 2018
Crane goes up: April 2018
Mat pour: June 2018
Rebar above ground: October 2018
Level 48 concrete pour: August 2019
Level 48 curtain wall: October 2019
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Old Posted Feb 18, 2019, 2:12 AM
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Just to remember how it will look like

And the schedule as previously mentioned
Isn't this the latest version of the base:



But consider it could have looked like this:



This is what's showing on the Ten Arquitectos web site:




http://www.ten-arquitectos.com/projects/146
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Old Posted Feb 18, 2019, 2:29 AM
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Looks like slatted fencing, or a wall.
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Looks like slatted fencing, or a wall.


I'm happy with what we'll be getting (if it's accurate).
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Old Posted Feb 18, 2019, 6:18 AM
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the distance shot

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Old Posted Feb 18, 2019, 6:17 PM
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Isn't this the latest version of the base:



But consider it could have looked like this:



This is what's showing on the Ten Arquitectos web site:




http://www.ten-arquitectos.com/projects/146
I'm mistaken then. Thanks for letting me know!
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Looks like slatted fencing, or a wall.
If only Mexico were paying for it.
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^^1 floor/week?
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I love that they saved that beautiful historic building and are incorporating it into this tower. We need to see more of that.
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