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5 hours ago, markhollin said:

Looking NE from Paseo de Gulch site at Fogg St. and 8th Ave. South:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 8.jpeg


Looking SE from intersection of 4th Ave. North andCommerce St:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 9.jpeg


Looking NE from intersection of Lea Ave. and 5th Ave. South:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 10.jpeg


Looking north from Ash St. just west of 4th Ave. South:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 11.jpeg


Looking north from 3rd Ave. South, 1/2 block north of Elm St:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 12.jpeg


Looking NE from KVB Bridge:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 13.jpeg


Looking west from Interstate Blvd. 1/2 block north of Shelby Ave:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 14.jpeg


Looking west from Shelby Ave. overpass of I-24 inner belt:

Four Seasons, April 25, 2021, 15.jpeg

Those last two shots......just wow.

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Do we know what the price range for the residence units will be? Will these be nicer than 505?

I saw a video of a 505 unit for sale that was just 1 bedroom 1 bath at 701 sq ft and it was going for $499K. It blows my mind that people pay that much for something so small. 

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4 hours ago, bigeasy said:

Do we know what the price range for the residence units will be? Will these be nicer than 505?

I saw a video of a 505 unit for sale that was just 1 bedroom 1 bath at 701 sq ft and it was going for $499K. It blows my mind that people pay that much for something so small. 

You're definitely buying the prestige, amenities and views if you buy at Four Seasons.

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On 5/3/2021 at 2:16 PM, titanhog said:

You're definitely buying the prestige, amenities and views if you buy at Four Seasons.

True.  And I have to laugh every time I imagine someone waking up in their $1M condo and looking east to see the sunrise, only to be confronted with a massive scrap metal yard in the foreground.

Of course, I'm the biggest defender of PSC.  If Four Seasons wants to change the view to the east, they should buy out PSC and put a park there or something.

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