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Old Posted Dec 24, 2008, 12:36 AM
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I agree as well. Though I'm not gonna lie, I was a little worried when they first started installing the glass.
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I was a little worried too Wasatch. Now, I'm waaaay excited about the look. It does give me a little pause though, regarding the rendering. All too often the renderings are too conceptual, and give no idea as to the actual look of the finished product.
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TANGELD, I especially like this one you took with the Moon and the slight shrouding of clouds. It's very esoteric and moody, like maybe "the ghosts of Christmas past" I would actually like to see a painting done of this one.



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Old Posted Dec 25, 2008, 12:43 PM
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Stimulus projects to help 'green' Utah

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1...272949,00.html

... a fringe benefit may be a boost to projects that will also turn the state a little greener.

Transportation and transit projects lead the lists of both the state and Salt Lake City, but Salt Lake County listed $47.9 million in "green infrastructure" projects, which include a countywide solar distributive grid, updating buildings for energy efficiency and retrofitting street lights with solar-powered LED fixtures, at the top...

..."These projects create green jobs, diversify the county's portfolio and have a valuable education component," Ober said.


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Old Posted Dec 28, 2008, 4:50 AM
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Someone needs to update the pics of 222. Unless there aren't any more levels of cladding that have been added?
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Old Posted Dec 28, 2008, 5:18 AM
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Someone needs to update the pics of 222. Unless there aren't any more levels of cladding that have been added?


it seems like our photographers are busy. SLC_projects has got his hands full with a new bundle of joy; my congrats go out to him and the little wife.

T-mac probably got snowed in. LOL

If someone is willing to brave the snow and cold weather for some update pics they would be my idol
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Old Posted Dec 28, 2008, 7:14 PM
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I would, but I just got a new job

YAY ME!


Although I agree with viper, somebody needs to get down there and get winter pics BEFORE all the snow melts, because there's supposed to be a snow break until wednesday and it will be in the 40's by tuesday
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Old Posted Dec 28, 2008, 7:25 PM
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Congrats on your new job Tangled.
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I was in SLC the night of the 26th, and I must say, 222 is looking hot to trot.
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We got a lot of snow in Bountiful. I got about a foot at my house. I drove past the tower on the 26th before the storm hit. However, I did not have my camera as my mom was in town and I took her through downtown to show her what was going on and we were in a hurry. There was not much change from the other photos that I posted last. That is why I am planning on going down there at the end of this coming week and hopefully there will be a little more progress. Not much progress with the holidays though.
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Again same as the pics over at CCC, quick, fast and crappy T mac will give us a better view when he has a chance to snap some pics.

But it looks like they have 6 stories with windows, and they have scaffolding up for the lower facade.


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I really like this building... I think it looks fantastic...It doesn't really add much to the skyline.. but from the street perspective it is 5 stars... loves it
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I really like this building... I think it looks fantastic...It doesn't really add much to the skyline.. but from the street perspective it is 5 stars... loves it

It certainly adds to the density for that area of Downtown.
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Since the holidays have taken precedence over photo trips downtown for our most prodigious photographers, I decided to take a walk on a cold, gray day, the first day of 2009. Hope you enjoy.


NEW YEARS DAY 2009

222 SOUTH MAIN

and incidental photos of its neighborhood:


























Happy New Year!
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like I say.... loves it...

I just might have to visit and check all this out...I haven't been down there in almost a year...

ROAD TRIP!!!
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Old Posted Jan 4, 2009, 7:34 AM
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loves your pics t-mac... and loves 222 s. Main... looks hot
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I just realized something...
SOM is using a cladding on 222 that looks very similar to the one going on the Burj Dubai

Only ours is hawt and there's is nawt

By the way thanks for the awesome pics T-mac!
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