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When is Tower 4 topping out?
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April update. Tower 1 opened last week, and Tower 2 is slated to open next month. Tower 4 would most likely top out before the year's end.
Metropolis #1 - 4/6/2017 by Juan Gomez, on Flickr

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Can't imagine it! Building a high rise condo project in L.A. without balconies!
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Can't imagine it! Building a high rise condo project in L.A. without balconies!
The two tallest buildings have balconies on their lower wings for the first 10-15 or so floors of units
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I love the color of the two smaller towers. The two larger ones are OK, but I hate the vertical lines going up them. They don't look so bad up close, but when viewing from far away it just looks terrible. Should have left them out of the design, or at least took it the entire way across the tower and not just in the center.
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End of August update on Towers 3 and 4. Taken today.

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