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Harlowe, 908 Division, 16 stories, 300 units, 411 car garage, Greystar Development


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3 hours ago, BnaBreaker said:

Who knows!  Grandpa Walton may have been into sipping an Agave starfruit cocktail while listening to Downtempo House music in the rooftop infinity pool at a luxury hotel!  

From what we now know about Grandpa Walton, he was more into technopop and dancing in dolphin shorts while sipping on Mac Nut Martinis.

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2 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

I'm disappointed with the color of the upper section. It'd be better in a whole different color, but even with that sh_tstain orange would look much better if it were closer to the color of the brick. 

The renderings showed a color much closer to the brick hue.  We must remain patient.  

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Would be crazy expensive, but this would be amazing if they had gone with the red brick 100% over the entire building.  Would be a building that even 100 years from now would be seen as a beautiful structure in that part of the city.  It will look good with the Aluminum Composite, though (I think).

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I have seen a couple of websites (sorry, I didn't save the links) that refer to this project as 'The Harlow'! That would be an interesting name evoking a Hollywood film noir vibe. With all the brick and the Art Deco curves, it kind of looks like a Harlow.

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