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5 minutes ago, spenser1058 said:

Mine’s from the “Baretta” theme song (ABC 1970’s, Sammy Davis, Jr.) - you’re classier than I am!

Recycling my old material too, I see....

"Don't do the crime if you can't do the time......" :whistling:

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Tower crane is going up now 

Saw this crane up today, glad this is finally happening! Hopefully all these new apartments bring more food retail in this area. The fast casual options are very lacking downtown, I usually just end u

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29 minutes ago, ucfpatriot18 said:

Large yellow crane being deconstructed today.  Once removed almost no construction equipment onsite. 

So does this indicate that construction of our newest downtown empty lot has been wrapped up and completed? 

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It means they are finished drilling piles. The yellow crane was a mobile unit that they moved around the site to hold the drill rig.  They will be replacing it with Tower Crane(s) for the vertical construction.  

Look for tower sections to be shipped to the site soon for assembly. 

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15 hours ago, orange87 said:

Is this on hold?

I know I saw some news articles on non-payment of rent early on in the pandemic, so I wondered if that had something to do with it. 

Here's the data from National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)’s Rent Payment Tracker - https://www.nmhc.org/rentpaymenttracker

I am surprised at how many people are still paying (and curious as to what the recent cuts to unemployment will do to that number).  By and large, rent payment is down a couple of percentage points over a year ago -- which I know adds up -- but is still above 95% over the last three months (though much of that is late.) 

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2 hours ago, codypet said:

Hmm say this dies and all the foundations are already in the ground.  Doesn't it make it just that much harder for something new to come in and replace it?

There are probably still foundations in the ground on that site from when William DuPont started to build an 18 story hotel there then stopped when the deal fell through.

I remember I could hear the pile drivers going all day everyday for a good couple of weeks or so,  from inside my apartment at Summerlin & Pine St. 

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On 9/11/2020 at 9:00 PM, codypet said:

Hmm say this dies and all the foundations are already in the ground.  Doesn't it make it just that much harder for something new to come in and replace it?

Yes & no,  if they are aggregate piers that aren't in the way of any utility lines no big deal (assuming you weren't trying to go subterranean).  If they are in the way however.....

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