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Old Posted Oct 29, 2016, 5:13 PM
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^ looks like they're ready to go vertical.
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crane from ground level

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I wonder how long it will take my down photos to become up photos.
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Here's a picture with the crane now in place

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More foundation work going on.

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mat pour today
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I'm assuming this will be steel frame, since a concrete frame of this size not anchored to bedrock could be Millennium v2.
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According to this (p. 50), the building will have a concrete core and have concrete floors up to level 12, after which it will be steel.
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Foundation pour. 12/03/2016

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Old Posted Dec 6, 2016, 1:58 AM
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Photo from after the pour

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Old Posted Dec 6, 2016, 8:12 AM
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this was street level on Saturday

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Old Posted Dec 16, 2016, 5:59 AM
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Some of the rebar is above street level. The pier the red crane is on is also noticeably shorter.

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Old Posted Dec 23, 2016, 7:05 AM
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Concrete pumping equipment is getting set up and you can pretty clearly see where the core is

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The red crane is now gone.

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Is this one ready to start rising out of the ground yet?
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Is this one ready to start rising out of the ground yet?
Look at the photo--the rebar for the below ground walls and columns appears to reach street level so as soon as they pour them (this usually doesn't take too long after the rebar is in place) they will begin work on the floors. It looks like there will probably be one below ground floor and then the street level floor, following which they should go vertical again above ground. Best guess is that will happen in a couple of weeks.
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Look at the photo--the rebar for the below ground walls and columns appears to reach street level so as soon as they pour them (this usually doesn't take too long after the rebar is in place) they will begin work on the floors. It looks like there will probably be one below ground floor and then the street level floor, following which they should go vertical again above ground. Best guess is that will happen in a couple of weeks.
Yes, since I work right next to it, I can confirm that there are some columns of rebar already sticking out above ground level. Here's the picture from today. They seem to be doing work on another subterranean level.

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According to Bisnow, this one should be topped off in November:

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The John Buck Co is prepared to capture large leases through its latest 750k SF office development Park Tower at Transbay, which will start rising above grade this February (it poured the foundation late last year) and topping off in November.

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