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It's official: It will definitely be a Ritz Carlton Hotel and Residences.  Will now be 46 stories (instead of 42) for the hotel portion. This "new" rendering is still at 42 stories. With the additiona

- Lots of new renderings and diagrams. - Height of the main tower will be 569' - Residential Tower will be 396' - Team will go before the Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Rev

Not Mark, but I got these while stopped at the roundabout: 

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36 minutes ago, NissanvilleTitans said:

According to my math. Four seasons - 40 stories = 542 ft

542 ÷ 40 = 13.5

(13.5 x 6) + 542 = 623

Ritz Carlton - 46 stories = 623 ft

I'm not going to say it.  I'm not going to say it.  I'm NOT going to say it.

Oh puh-leeeeeeease let it be (in my very best McCartney voice).

That darn calculating monkey has me dying!!!

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What's up on the southern elevation? I see a low-rise wing jutting out to Lafayette, but nothing to show how the whole thing would look. 

Was a construction timetable given? 

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9 minutes ago, downtownresident said:

Those are the street elevations. 

I should have said from Lafayette. Whoa!!! I replied too soon. I see Mark's still loading pics. Bravo! This thing looks stunning!

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1 hour ago, downtownresident said:

Not a huge fan of vehicle access taking up so much of the Lafayette frontage. This is a really strangely shaped site with multiple uses, so I understand why.

Did I read this wrong I thought the entry for everyone was off this little side road that’s 7th Ave?

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1 hour ago, PaulChinetti said:

Did I read this wrong I thought the entry for everyone was off this little side road that’s 7th Ave?

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Look closely at the 2nd of the two images you posted. Entry for hotel and apartments are indicated on KVB, and for condos on Lafayette.

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Let's start here....spectacular development as is!  Having said that, I'm starting a petition to compel the Ritz to stack the 10 unused floors of bonus height from the apartment building ON TOP of the main tower!!!  I give you...MEGA RITZ!!!! 

That's a good tasting cracker!

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