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Eastwestrob

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  1. Bump....on all related Triangle topics...it's been 14 days since anything Triangle related. We now have 2 tower cranes in the air and no discussion for anything. I no longer live in Raleigh( in Northern California) but I left my heart there. Can anyone please post pics and lets start discussing the Triangle again soon. I feel lost.
  2. I can't seem to find anything from the July 11 CAC meeting. Not even the recorded " minutes " for that date. May take time to post on CoR website.
  3. Are there any updated pic's of the foundation work? Possible construction webcam?
  4. ∆∆∆ what was the other event besides the ball game? Fireworks?
  5. There is a nice photo of this in the Raleigh Connessuer
  6. Not trying to step on anybody's toes with this ....but PHL is by far the worst airport to fly through at anytime of the year as far delays go.
  7. When this was built....about 1971,72....There was a See's candy store that opened underground beneath it.Funny thing is...I was asking if the Candy store was still there but my uncle said it had moved out many years ago..That was a long ago memory for me as a child before I moved to Raleigh...so was the Ferral's Ice cream shop that used to be in Cross Creek mall
  8. I have seen games in Tempe AZ, Oakland, Candlestick, and about 7 games at my beloved Panthers...This is not home sidedness talking. B of A Stadium rocks and you owe it to yourself to experience at least 1 game a year. I guarantee you will be hooked. For the ultimate...buy tickets in upper deck across from the skyline view!!!
  9. This is sort of off-topic.This brings back some limited memories for me as I actually started 4th grade at Lynn Rd Elementary during its initial opening year. The previous 1/2 year was at Jeffreys Grove Elementary while Lynn Rd Elementary was being constructed, and starting grade school at Fred A Smith Elementary just off 401 South...We were also some of the first residents in Lynndale Estates as that neighborhood was being constructed. I am now 42 years old and wonder ...are there any forumers on this site that may have attended these schools while I did?
  10. I agree. There is a possibility for a greater need for office space by then (My Hopes). It would be nice to see this portion of the project jump to 40 floors or more. Maybe something in the 600' plus range (not including a spire).
  11. Bump.....Has anyone heard anymore news about this project?....renderings? I know this will be Raleigh's greatest project to date and I am very impatient about what it will look like.
  12. ^^^ You would be happy too if every home in the region sent you a check for $200. - $300. every month.
  13. Oh I know....I was kidding too! I don't watch the news much,but I am on UP each afternoon for my Raleigh and Triangle updates. Peace
  14. 16 hour days in D.C. Thanks for the news brief.....time to crawl back under my rock
  15. I would have to disagree with your prediction for Raleigh.I see Raleigh being very similar today.I see Raleigh being inline with Tampa's skyline or greater in 25 years
  16. A great deal for DT Raleigh and a big hats off to Bobby Lewis
  17. Romec...the famous mirror shot would really be cool now with the cranes in place!
  18. If Soliel were to have an observation deck, I believe that may be a good shot...but it would be hard to get your car up there. Once Raleigh starts getting the taller towers (above 600 Ft) I think you will start seeing shots from places unknown today.
  19. Fidelity coming to DT would be a wet dream. That would take a rather large tower to handle 5000 employees.
  20. I think that by then the next wave will be much bigger and so on. The word has been out for 10 years now that Raleigh is the place to be and it is really starting to show now.
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