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Old Posted Sep 13, 2019, 7:04 PM
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BTW, what is that square building in the old pic with all the round arches? It's one of my favorites to drive by.
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Time to move this project to the "under construction" section and I will so request. They have one crane up and functioning now and the base for a second one in place. They have already poured the ground-covering base and are installing rebar for the foundation pad or basement level.

It's hard to get a good photo--the workmen chased my away today twice as I was about to get something better than these--but I think they give an idea:





So it's also time for you guys with the drones or better vantage points to shift your gaze from across the street where that project is approaching completion to this one also.
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second crane being assembled yesterday

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second crane being assembled yesterday

It's so strange how quickly this city can look flat and almost rural from certain angles. Without those cranes and the 1500 Mission in the background, this pic would look like it was taken in Denver or outside of Dallas in 96 or something.
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Saw the 2 cranes from Market St. though an alley. Amazed at the size of the larger crane.

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