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I think it's topped out. Notice the small top floor of the core.
The core might be topped off. It is also interesting because skyscrapers in America usually never has their core constructed first. The steel and the core follows each other. In nations like the United Kingdom the core rises first followed by the steel. See the London Shard for example. So it's interesting.
Are those panels stone, or pre-cast concrete? It's hard to tell from the photos.
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So my dad is a construction worker and I just found out that he is currently working on this building. A week ago he told me he was working on the new Liberty Mutual tower that was going up, and I didn't even think of this, but today he was wearing a shirt they gave him and it had a picture of the finished building on the back and I realized he was talking about this liberty mutual tower. I might be able to ask him if he can get some inside pictures if anyone's interested, I just don't know if he knows how to use a camera haha.