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South-east skyline photos

This would be great for us to share our skyline views of upcoming & growing cities of the south . You can also use proposed towers if you want to maybe SHOW OFF,
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With rendering of under-construction Skyhouse Raleigh:


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Wilmington, NC:


Charlotte:


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Old Posted Mar 3, 2014, 2:53 AM
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Great Pics and I LOVE MYRTLE BEACH!!! HERE'S A FEW I FOUND ONLINE OF ATLANTA:








MIDTOWN ATLANTA








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Here are 2 good proposals of the City:

ATLANTA BEAUTIFICATION BRIDGE PROJECT



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I've always loved the view of downtown Birmingham from atop Red Mountain.



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I've always loved the view of downtown Birmingham from atop Red Mountain.

That's a good shot. I'm not sure where the location was - I've been to the Vulcan statue and I've taken shots there with my old Kodak camera back in 2005. I hope to go back this year and get some new photos:

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That's a good shot. I'm not sure where the location was - I've been to the Vulcan statue and I've taken shots there with my old Kodak camera back in 2005. I hope to go back this year and get some new photos:
It looks like it was taken from an overlook type area that I believe is located on Stratford Rd, just off of Argyle Rd. I've been to it before and I'm pretty sure that's where it is. Great views up there; only view that beats the one from the Expressway going northbound after the cut, IMO.
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It looks like it was taken from an overlook type area that I believe is located on Stratford Rd, just off of Argyle Rd. I've been to it before and I'm pretty sure that's where it is. Great views up there; only view that beats the one from the Expressway going northbound after the cut, IMO.
Maybe here: https://maps.google.com/?ll=33.50008...300.76,,0,1.81
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Raliegh looks like a riplica of Atlanta's skyline and by the time of 2020 it will be a skyhouse in every city in the U.S and the bad thing is they all look the same...
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It looks like it was taken from an overlook type area that I believe is located on Stratford Rd, just off of Argyle Rd. I've been to it before and I'm pretty sure that's where it is. Great views up there; only view that beats the one from the Expressway going northbound after the cut, IMO.
my favorite "close-up" view of birmingham's skyline is from the on-ramp to i-20 west from the northbound expressway. it just looks massive.

from a distance, i love the views from red mountain and ruffner.
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Any other photos??
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Anyone have any pics of Tampa? There are 3 new high-rises going up this year, one of them is the skyhouse in Channelside ditrict.
http://oxblue.com/open/SkyHouseApartments
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Atlanta's getting three tower proposal: 98 14st 3 towers (60,57,39 stories)
1138 peachtree: 50/51 stories
1125 peachtree:50+stories
811 peachtree: 35+ stories
I have alot more but I will post the pictures later on today.
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Raleigh skylines looks similar to Atlanta's skylines.
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Raleigh's "second skyline" North Hills:



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