Since 1999, SkyscraperPage.com's forum has been one of the most active skyscraper enthusiast communities on the web. The global membership discusses development news and construction activity on projects from around the world, alongside discussions on urban design, architecture, transportation and many other topics. SkyscraperPage.com also features unique skyscraper diagrams, a database of construction activity, and publishes popular skyscraper posters.
I don't know if I'd call it progress, we've seen websites for frozen projects before. It's certainly not bad news though, and it does look very nice. If it is progress though, I'm all for it, this has been planned for years and years.
There's no "I" in team. There is a "me" though, if you jumble it up. - Gregory House
The proposal would increase the number of dwellings from 227 to 320 and number of parking spaces from 227 to 265, and require a determination of compliance under Planning Code Section 309.1, including exceptions to allow greater than one parking space for every two dwelling units, provide off-site open space in lieu of on-site, and allow dwelling units without Code-required exposure.
(Continued from Regular Meeting of March 17, 2011)
ACTION: Approved with the modification that the affordable unites are tied to the number of project units that are before the Commission today
AYES: Antonini, Borden, Fong, Moore, Sugaya, Miguel and Olague
^Agreed! I can't quite put my finger on why, but the current design just isn't working for me. I do like the proposal for streetscape improvements on Lansing though. I didn't realize that was part of this project. It will make for a nice respite among the large, busy streets that surround it.
My other car is a Dakota Creek Advanced Multihull Design.