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Coming along quick

From today. They certainly arent wasting any time on this!

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Anyone know why there’s a gap in the concrete panels they added on to the parking ramp? I thought they’d fill it in, but now that it’s going vertical it doesn’t seem to be the case. Just curious. 

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3 hours ago, joeDowntown said:

Anyone know why there’s a gap in the concrete panels they added on to the parking ramp? I thought they’d fill it in, but now that it’s going vertical it doesn’t seem to be the case. Just curious. 

Joe

A place for something artistic like the other building to the SE with the architectural corner detail hidden in the "alley"?  Only visible from inside the ramp? (see sarcasm emoji :( )

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On 7/9/2021 at 2:06 PM, joeDowntown said:

Anyone know why there’s a gap in the concrete panels they added on to the parking ramp? I thought they’d fill it in, but now that it’s going vertical it doesn’t seem to be the case. Just curious. 

Joe

Looks like the elevator/stair core is filling in that gap.  

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5 hours ago, WMrapids said:

Sounds like the café is on the top floor and there’s not much else going on for street-level interaction.

Petrified doesn’t own the building, so I’d assume ground level / other tenants would be announced by Rockford Construction. As they get further along. 

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On 7/25/2021 at 10:19 PM, joeDowntown said:

Petrified doesn’t own the building, so I’d assume ground level / other tenants would be announced by Rockford Construction. As they get further along. 

Joe

I love how your autocorrect "corrected" Perrigo. lol. 

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Drove around this weekend and took some photos. You can really see how this building is going to change the whole look in this area. Even though it's a liner building, it feels substantial. Also, at 3 floors (of 10), I have to think it's going to feel taller than the surrounding buildings. The whole development looks pretty impressive (Doug Meijer Building, etc).

 

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1 hour ago, GRDadof3 said:

Going to 10 stories total, correct? 

Correct. 10 stories with the top 3 sitting above the parking ramp with a wider footprint. As far as I can tell, it'll top out a little taller than the MSU building next door. It definitely adds density to that intersection with the building sitting close to the street.

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