ricky_davis_fan_21

Grand Bohemian Hotel – 15 Floors – 254 Rooms – Boutique Hotel

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No they have façade mock ups on the corner facing the Carillon building.  

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Smack some gilded medallions in those circles and it'd make up for the home depot mullions.

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1 hour ago, HighRiseHillbilly said:

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10 hours ago, KJHburg said:

Wow UP has been all negative today this and Legacy.  Who is going to climb up sides of hotel and see this up close?  It looks like this cladding starts a few floors up.  I like this hotel we don't need another glass one we have the tall skinny Intercontinental coming soon.

Not to mention it matches the rendering (minus the windows) and is a nice material :dontknow:

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Does anyone know what that material is?  It looks strangely plastic in that photo.  

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11 hours ago, ricky_davis_fan_21 said:

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One of these days you might have to move back to CLT and run for local office to help rectify our struggles.

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6 hours ago, SydneyCarton said:

Maybe I have low standards, but I think that it looks great.

Walk past it. 

I don't usually get all up in arms about materials, but it looks really weird in person.

The only other time I've noticed something look so cheaply made has been the new Embassy Suites and that place is already peeling away in spots.

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It looks like very similar material and colors to the Grand Bohemian Charleston. Is the scale the issue vs the Charleston hotel?

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1 hour ago, CLT2014 said:

It looks like very similar material and colors to the Grand Bohemian Charleston. Is the scale the issue vs the Charleston hotel?

the issue is this looks like its from epcot

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22 hours ago, HighRiseHillbilly said:

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I literally thought this was a mock-up facade of Legacy Union.

I guess I hadn't been paying attention and had thought the Grand Bohemian would have white stone of some kind... womp womp :rolleyes:

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37 minutes ago, The Force Sleeps said:

Not arguing with the idea that this looks bad, but what are some examples of alternative materials/facades that you guys would prefer for this type of building?

Brick, Stone, any sort of masonry really.  It is supposed to be a nice urban hotel, and they are building it out of La Quinta next to the airport materials.

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When I look at this hotel going up I am reminded of a mostly empty pocket park.  I see it being replaced by  street level activity, another restaurant, probably 50 or more jobs, average of about 120 guests going and coming, and extending the Trade Street presence further down the street.  The developer wasn't creating art, but building something to make a profit.

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