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This thing is rising rather quickly.
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Tower four? can you please start in this cycle?
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the west side is about capped off and ready for the set back
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The building is close to the first setback. We thought it was flying so far, but this baby is about to soar...
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Is that rebar for columns sticking out of the ground in the parking portion new? Or has that always been there?
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Tower sections of crane are on site. Don't know if that's to jump the current crane or for the second one that's supposed to appear.
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Tower sections of crane are on site. Don't know if that's to jump the current crane or for the second one that's supposed to appear.
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August 24, 2017 - 1200 S. Indiana Ave: INSTALL FREE STANDING PECCO SN 160 TOWER CRANE(12 HP14X89 FOUNDATION PILES PERMITTED SEPARATELY, PERMIT # 100715021)
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Boy either I'm a lazy reader or a little dense but I just realized the first setback aligns with the row of buildings on Indiana. Although it will be subtle because it's on the other side its still really great - architecture that fits and enhances surrounding buildings.
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I just hope it's not as white as the model...
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Tower crane has been jumped and a mobile crane has been erected.
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As the building rises and the layout of the building gets smaller the higher up you go, does floor construction pick up the pace, or do they reduce the amount of workers on the building as it rises?
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As the building rises and the layout of the building gets smaller the higher up you go, does floor construction pick up the pace, or do they reduce the amount of workers on the building as it rises?
The limit on speed is how long it takes a newly poured floor to set enough to start the one above.
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Boy either I'm a lazy reader or a little dense but I just realized the first setback aligns with the row of buildings on Indiana. Although it will be subtle because it's on the other side its still really great - architecture that fits and enhances surrounding buildings.
The first setback is on the west side. According to the renderings they still have many more floors to go along Indiana before the first eastern setback.
I don't think they've reached the west side setback yet.

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The first setback is on the west side. According to the renderings they still have many more floors to go along Indiana before the first eastern setback.
I don't think they've reached the west side setback yet.

The west facing setback was the one I was referring to - from some angles the row of buildings down Indiana will have visual reference to this. Though it's subtle. I think they are just about there no?
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Oh, I thought you meant setbacks along Indiana.
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I drove to Midway today via 90 to 55 to give an excuse to see the skyline.
After the tower crane jump it is sticking up nicely and very visible. That is going to be a solid wall along Roosevelt.
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