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the building in the background is horrible. Looks like something from a communist country in the 70s or 80s.
     
     
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the building in the background is horrible. Looks like something from a communist country in the 70s or 80s.
Like alot of stuff in capitalist countries in the 70s & 80s too.
     
     
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If this project stays on schedule, which it is according to what I am hearing, expect to see steel erection starting between the first or the second week of June.
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Are there any other images of this project beyond the two that appear on the first page of the thread? Its amazing that something of this size has gone almost under the radar. Very little press coverage of this project.
     
     
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Underground parking here?
     
     
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This project is scheduled to complete in August of 2016. Wonder if they are still on schedule as it seems like the site is still getting prepped and excavated
     
     
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This project is scheduled to complete in August of 2016. Wonder if they are still on schedule as it seems like the site is still getting prepped and excavated
Those dates on the permits are just estimates. I dont think there is any penalty for missing the deadline. At the most they may have to file for an extension with L&I if they fall behind. Any of these schedules can be altered by weather or unforeseen site issues.
     
     
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that last pic shows the scale of this project
     
     
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Some more pictures of the ongoing construction:

http://www.intechconstruction.com/cu...mode=1&id=125#
     
     
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Great project!
I don't get why 2 story town-homes though. Still love the design and quality of the project!
     
     
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