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From the eye in the sky

Lowe's tower under one of the epic sunsets I've seen!

Some photos from a site visit today. The high-up views are from floor 10 so imagine how good the views will be from twice that high. Got a couple shots from inside the lobby space too.     

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On 3/4/2021 at 11:23 PM, Urban Cowboy said:

There are LOTS of positives with this project. Too many to point out. But I want to point out one gripe, since I'm an armchair architect...

And I know cost is the reason... but I'm disappointed by the material used in between the windows on both the south and the west facing facades. Just looks cheap.

I want to like it, but IMO, it only looks good from the northeast corner (the only part of the structure with any architectural detail). From every other vantagepoint, it's a big version of the old BellSouth (now Wells Fargo) building on Brevard St.

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6 hours ago, Miesian Corners said:

I want to like it, but IMO, it only looks good from the northeast corner (the only part of the structure with any architectural detail). From every other vantagepoint, it's a big version of the old BellSouth (now Wells Fargo) building on Brevard St.

Those views had me thinking literally that same exact thing the other day. 

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On 3/6/2021 at 3:41 PM, Yeahdoug said:

So this is pretty much the start of our version of midtown? 

Comparing uptown charlotte to downtown atlanta and midtown atlanta to this area...maybe I can see that. But Charlotte does already have a clearly defined midtown.

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