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The original drawings for this looked really tasteful to me, in an understated way, but so far it's turning out a lot chintzier than I had imagined. They value-engineered out the classy window arches, and the cladding above the bricks just looks bad.

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46 minutes ago, AronG said:

The original drawings for this looked really tasteful to me, in an understated way, but so far it's turning out a lot chintzier than I had imagined. They value-engineered out the classy window arches, and the cladding above the bricks just looks bad.

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This rendering is Phase II. I don’t believe they have stated when it will start. You’re right about value engineering though. I hate the stucco on top of the brick. Would it really have cost them that much more to do 4 more floors of brick.

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2 hours ago, Andy20 said:

This rendering is Phase II. I don’t believe they have stated when it will start. You’re right about value engineering though. I hate the stucco on top of the brick. Would it really have cost them that much more to do 4 more floors of brick.

Where is Phase II to be built?

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I agree that the vast amount of stucco finish is a big disappointment.         The rendering admittedly made it hard to decipher the exterior materials, but even so, the rendering showed a more 3D exterior cladding, with much more pronounced horizontal ledges, cornices and vertical elements.     The finished product is basically a flat surface and much less interesting.   

 

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21 minutes ago, e-dub said:

Which is quite wack, as I like their Germantown property!

Maybe LC is planning to stencil on a "brick" surface like in Germantown?    Not being sarcastic - I mean, from the street the Germantown building looks like actual brick.       

 

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