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FNB Tower 401 S Graham St (29 floors - 365 feet)

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8 minutes ago, Urban Cowboy said:

Drove by this morning and this project is OFFICIALLY vertical. They have cast 2 concrete columns that are about 15 - 20' tall right near the base of the crane. Probably the start of the deck. 

That'd be the start of the bank branch. 

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8 hours ago, CarolinaDaydreamin said:

Or just your 1st and 3rd tallest buildings in SC , 4th and 5th in Raleigh. CHARLOTTE RISING. 

Wouldn't they be the 1st and 2nd tallest buildings in SC? Per wiki, Capitol Center in Columbia, at 349 ft, is the tallest in SC. 

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3 hours ago, A2. said:

 I’m probably more excited to see this one rise more than any other building for that very reason  KH! (With maybe the exception of the new Lowe’s in SE). 

It will do wonders for the continual expansion of the skyline beyond the Tryon (and dare I now say the Stonewall) corridor.

Can I have this one, The Ellis and Intercontinental. I love Duke, but those three expand the skyline into MSP/Dallas discussion. 

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