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Old Posted Feb 9, 2016, 5:32 AM
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Thats what I thought, and, yes, Century City is a plateau skyline.
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The century city towers are a foot shorter than the Yamasaki twins already there. The century city skyline might look kind of flat with the new towers, although it already kind of does.
New towers will be 600 ft and provide a new peak in its skyline
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About time she saw some onsite movement. I don't think I was ever 100% on the design to begin with but its a start.
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New towers will be 600 ft and provide a new peak in its skyline
In the diagrams on here they're listed in the 500 ft. range
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In the diagrams on here they're listed in the 500 ft. range
Just looking at the renderings, and they appear at the same level or a bit shorter than the Sun America tower at 533ft


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It says on the website of PCF Architects that they will be 600 footers so who knows? I agree renders don't depict that but they might just be dated
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49- or 50-story? Who is right here? And the height is confirmed 637'?
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That's foundation work, so moved to the Highrise Construction forum. Ladies and gentlemen, we now have 4 buildings over 600 ft simultaneously under construction in the City of Los Angeles, something that hasn't happened in over 20 years.
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49- or 50-story? Who is right here? And the height is confirmed 637'?
I'm guessing 49 stories set on a podium, making "50" floors, but that's just my guess. All sites are calling it 637 feet on the mark.
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