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900 Church Street, 34 stories/416 ft., 356 residential units, $160 million, start July, 2020

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1 hour ago, Native said:

Maybe they can keep the front part facing Church Street. That was the most ornate.

I can’t imagine they would get rid of that part of the facade. The side that is currently being  removed was nothing special, imo. 

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On 12/7/2019 at 8:57 PM, titanhog said:

As long as they get rid of green thing on top of the building, anything will be an upgrade.

It will be from I have heard

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On 12/7/2019 at 9:20 AM, Nash_12South said:

I’m glad the building will be used, but sad that they’re removing the existing fairly nice historic exterior. 

The east side was a giant blank wall.     I expect the renovation will include windows on this side, which should be a big improvement.    The green enclosure on the top was being removed on Friday.  

As mentioned, the building is being converted to STRs.    That intersection of 8th and Church is already one of the most dangerous for pedestrians.    I can't think of a worse location for bachelorettes to try and frogger across.   Yikes.     

 

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1 hour ago, DMilner said:

Hopefully they light it like this Goettsch Partners design! It has some similarities to this design.  

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Um, I count, 28 stories. That is true? :dontknow:

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6 minutes ago, Sean blackdog said:

Um, I count, 28 stories. That is true? :dontknow:

I believe that's correct. This is a building they designed in Dubai, but it has some similarities to the design they released on the previous page. 

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Dang a foundation permit basically says this is a 100% go?! This building will look so handsome on our skyline.

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