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Old Posted May 27, 2008, 1:57 AM
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I usually can't stand modern architecture, but I am liking these designs. I wish there was some more color, and maybe some more interesting tops on some of these, but overall I like them. More than anything I like the density. Designwise, the facades are my favorite part.

Here's another rendering that shows a ton of projects. This rendering was included in the Stratus Properties presentation for the Green Plant redevelopment. It shows that project front and center, but also many others. There are only 5 completed buildings in this rendering. This includes a parking garage the Seaholm Powerplant. Everything else is either under construction or proposed.
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Austin's dramatic new skyline is almost scary as far as i'ts monsteorus new size.
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If you have the time.........

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Philadelphia -- Comcast Center, Mandeville Place.

I posted a similar image in the Comcast Center thread. This is a wider view.



Now might be a good time to go back and revised this to include Cira
South......estimated to be in the 550 to 575 ' range , along with 1441
Chestnut , topping out at 670' , and of course that little addition , the
ACC tower , at a mere 1510 ' ......If I knew how ....I would do it myself .
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From the Canadian thread of the same subject.

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I wasn't sure where this thread went.

Here's CtrlAltDel latest:

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Old Posted Jan 30, 2009, 2:39 AM
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Calgary has a amazing skyline, which is being ruined by crazzy skyscrapers. I honor thee.
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I would say do Vegas but now is not the best time.

Lets wait till the next massive building boom for that one.
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Guys, you have to credit the photographers for their photos. And you must do it properly. Do not simply post the image URL/address. You must post the image page URL/address. Post a link to the website page where you found the image. If you can't do that, then your post will be deleted.
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Austin's future skyline. Only two buildings in this image don't exist yet. Others are in various stages of construction. The tower to the right of the Frost Bank Tower, which is the 476 foot W Austin Hotel & Residences, is under construction, and not quite halfway up yet. The two blue towers in the center of the pic that twist and angle, are part of a project that will include a new tallest. The taller tower seen here would be for hotel and condominiums and would be 830 feet tall with 70 floors.

Austin forumer priller photoshopped those buildings onto the original photo from Flickr that was taken by Jon Lachange.

Original photo by jon lachange on Flickr.com - Photoshopped by priller
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It would be nice to see some pictures of Austin's future skyline.
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I didn't know this thread existed. I usually post my drawings in the Canada section. I don't use Photoshop to draw them (I am embarrassed to say I don't know how to use it.) I draw in MS Paint and then do some last bits of shading and blurring in Photoshop. (The only tools I know how to use.)

Here is my latest super future skyline of Toronto. I have a huge high-resolution version as well and also I did a version of this skyline circa the year 2000. They can be found at the Urban Toronto link at the very bottom of this post if you are interested.

First the render of 2015 Toronto. All these projects are either under construction or about to start.



Next the legend to show the added buildings:



And finally the Present-day. (I adjusted the original on which I added my drawings. I cropped it and removed a tall transmission tower that was obstructing the middle of the view.)


(Original image courtesy interchange42 at UrbanToronto found here: http://urbantoronto.ca/showthread.ph...Renders/page10 )
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Cleveland's Skyline in 2022:




Credit: Wikipedia, username: Avogadro94 (found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cl...e_Aug_2006.JPG)

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I wish someone would do Montreal's... There are many proposed building like L'Avenue, Tour des Canadiens, Waldorf-Astoria hotel and residences, TOM, Altoria, Altitude, and others I would but my lack of skill prevents me :/
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Downtown Houston's Skyline - 2017. A few of the towers planned for DT Houston. By Brijonmang on HAIF

Towers in development that are in these photo-shopped images:
- 1600 Louisiana
- Five Allen Center
- 609 Main at Texas
- International Tower



- 1600 Louisiana
- Five Allen Center
- 609 Main at Texas
- 38-story apartment tower
- Marriott Convention Center Hotel



- 609 Main at Texas
- International Tower


Filler Building for a rumored 102-Story Tower near Minute Maid Park, by TowerSpotter


ChannelTwoNews (Wattleigh here on SSP) used Google Earth to show how the new towers will affect the skyline:

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I originally posted a "What-if" version of the skyline featuring the 609 Main tower in that thread, but have been adding to the original model I saved in Sketchup.

These screen shots include 609 Main, Chevron, Skyhouse, International Tower, Capitol Tower, Marriott Marquis, Five Allen Center and the pair of new hotels planned for the Convention Center area. The proportions are based on tips and information from the posts on this site.

Here we go...

-59/288 View


-Eleanor Tinsley Park


-KHOU's "Eagle-Eye" (This one shows up pretty often on their weather segments, so it might be another way to get a look at construction as it's happening)


-Dynamo Stadium Area


-Minute Maid Park


-Eastex Freeway Heading into Downtown


-45 Heading Into Downtown


-Near the current end of the Red Line at UH/D


-Midtown, near the Superblock


North Freeway at the Quitman Street overpass
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Here is a future Toronto render I made. The vast majority of the added towers are currently under construction. I added (or finished off) One Bloor, Ice East & West, Harbour Plaza East & West, L Tower, Ernst & Young Tower, Casa II, U Condos I & II, 1 York, Karma, FIVE, Southcore Delta Hotel, Theatre Park, RCMI, Waterpark Place 3, Bisha Hotel, Southcore Bremner, Pinnacle on Adelaide, The Bond, Alto, Studio on Richmond, Quartz, Aura, X2, Chaz on Charles, Pace, Peter Street Condos, Picasso, Tableau, The Madison East & West, Spectra, Backstage, King Charlotte, The Mercer, The Yorkville Residences and 1000 Bay. All of these towers are over 100 meters tall.
I also added these proposals that are currently in the Demo phase and will be U/C soon or have a good chance of being built in the near future: Holt Renfrew Tower, 37 Yorkville A & B, 10 York, The Icon, 88 Scott, Casa 3 and E Condos South.

Original photo, credit to Jason Cook on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cookedphotos/9449622323/
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The render:
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Here is the animated version, but the but the image quality suffered while converting the image:
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Austin's future skyline. Only two buildings in this image don't exist yet. Others are in various stages of construction. The tower to the right of the Frost Bank Tower, which is the 476 foot W Austin Hotel & Residences, is under construction, and not quite halfway up yet. The two blue towers in the center of the pic that twist and angle, are part of a project that will include a new tallest. The taller tower seen here would be for hotel and condominiums and would be 830 feet tall with 70 floors.

Austin forumer priller photoshopped those buildings onto the original photo from Flickr that was taken by Jon Lachange.

Original photo by jon lachange on Flickr.com - Photoshopped by priller
Reminds me of Citigroup building.
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From Central Park. Made by fellow forumer Danielson27

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