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Old Posted Apr 10, 2014, 7:50 AM
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Reminds me of Citigroup building.
That project is quite dead unfortunately. They're even renovating a 5-story building opposite where that tower would have gone on that block.
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Found some Interesting angles for Winnipeg with my models.
it's great that a good amount of these buildings have actually started rising. 3 cranes up in the city








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does anyone know of any mobile city-building apps? ios preferably?
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Looking at the CBD:

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Looking NE:

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And an overall view of downtown, looking SW.

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The future skyline of my home city of Parramatta

The tallest (Aspire) will be 230m
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This is a rendering of the skyline of Austin, Texas, by the end of 2018.

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Looking straight down Yonge Street, ~2023:

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Here's some shots of my 3d model showing Chicago's future skyline. Keep in mind this doesn't include Related's plans for the Spire site and possible supertall plans for the Thompson Center. I'll add those once the plans are more concrete.








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