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125 11th Ave. North, (26 stories, 322', 387 residential units, 17,000 sq. ft. retail, internal garage of 425 spaces)


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Very nicely done! That area is definitely not going to be the same, it’s going to become an energetic and happening part of the city. Just a short walk across to the NY development and AEG entertainment district! BTW what tower is showing just behind this tower in the first picture? Is that the Edition ? 

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7 minutes ago, Luvemtall said:

Very nicely done! That area is definitely not going to be the same, it’s going to become an energetic and happening part of the city. Just a short walk across to the NY development and AEG entertainment district! BTW what tower is showing just behind this tower in the first picture? Is that the Edition ? 

I think it is...or should I say hopefully will be after it's parking lot time is up.

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