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Actually its due to the Transfer Slab topping off the Garage, transitioning to the actual Amenity Level on Floor 7.

Some nighttime perspectives 

Here are some shots of review's. I was hoping to get some better angles but I ran into a very aggressive borderline racist security guard and I didn't really want to cause any trouble especially with

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7 minutes ago, spenser1058 said:

These are all great - you and Florida Born will have to get together and have a contest!

As soon as I upgrade my ancient Android phone or get a proper camera I'd love to work together with him.

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So judging by the fact that a scooter was thrown from the parking garage across the street (and was stuck hanging in the tree 30-40') and the amount of burnouts on the garage from your last pic, I'd say there was a pretty rowdy bunch on that garage in the last week.

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12 minutes ago, codypet said:

So judging by the fact that a scooter was thrown from the parking garage across the street (and was stuck hanging in the tree 30-40') and the amount of burnouts on the garage from your last pic, I'd say there was a pretty rowdy bunch on that garage in the last week.

oh wow you're right, I did not notice that at first.

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I was genuinely concerned that thing would fall on someone walking on the path.  I've been told they weigh 50lbs, although I've never weighed them and I don't have too hard a time lifting them.  No matter what, at that height someone is gonna get hurt.

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If you haven’t been in the area, that arcade in the above photo is pretty welcoming when you’re standing as far away as Robinson and Rosalind - so just by Lake Eola.   What I mean is even on a hot day, your eye tells you you’ll be in the shade momentarily.   Kind of a weird thought but I appreciate little things like “I’m almost there cues”  (non technical term) that which can promote walkability.

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