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how exciting. the new catalyst webcam doubles as a wachovia cam.

Yea, it'll have to do for now since Wachovia is out of view on its current webcam. I believe they are going to be moving that one soon too :thumbsup:

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^Nice find! Provides a nice view of all the construction projects in Uptown Charlotte too!
Man, this is the mother of all webcams ... not only is it Royal Court, but it is Wachovia, Catalyst, Hall of Fame office tower, and 1-277 interchange reconstruction cam all in one!

What building is it mounted on, it seems kinda far away, perhaps at Morehead and McDowell?

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What building is it mounted on, it seems kinda far away, perhaps at Morehead and McDowell?

It's 817 E. Morehead. It's not really a special building or anything and I'm not aware of a name. Has an eye doctor and a couple of other offices in it.

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Looks like most of the cameras have been adjusted a little. All four angles appear to be from above, looking down across the site. The 4th one that was added looks at the tower as you mentioned.

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So I noticed this for the past month but all of the cameras for the Nascar Hall of Fame project are either 1 or 2 months off. I say 1 or 2 months because image 1,2 and 4 are behind at April 30th, and Image 3 is March 29th. Nothing Groundbreaking, but I thought it was worth a mention.

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And while we are on the subject of being behind, when is the Observer going to get a better vantage point of the Wachovia project. Who wants to stare at the same wall? :blink:

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And while we are on the subject of being behind, when is the Observer going to get a better vantage point of the Wachovia project. Who wants to stare at the same wall? :blink:

Well, I'd say the only "view" they could provide anymore would be looking North down Tryon from the 277 end of the building. Anywhere else and you're just going to be staring at the side of Wachovia.

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And while we are on the subject of being behind, when is the Observer going to get a better vantage point of the Wachovia project. Who wants to stare at the same wall? :blink:

While your at it the Camera from the North Could be fixed.

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From that angle you can really see how large the Beazer parcel is. Wish something would happen -- something bigger and better. Anyone heard anything?

This thread is for webcams, not about the Beazer development. You are welcome to discuss Beazer's development in the West Morehead Projects thread: http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/West-Mor...cts-t10863.html

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I do find it at least a little comforting that the 210 Trade cam is still rolling. It is listed under Flaherty, not Ghazi, so I wonder if they prepaid or signed a contract with oxblue for X amount of time.

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I do find it at least a little comforting that the 210 Trade cam is still rolling. It is listed under Flaherty, not Ghazi, so I wonder if they prepaid or signed a contract with oxblue for X amount of time.

They are only paying for the days that they are used- there are no long-term contracts with OxBlue. Something tells me that the web cam is the least on their minds right now...

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Garrison in my view is going to be nice besides being next to 1-277. Just wanted to ask I've noticed this past week I was looking at 210 Trades Webcam and there actually taking the Condo Complex down!!! Does anyone have any idea what is up with that. I knows just about 3 weeks ago I saw in the Charlotte Observer that a Lawsuit was placed earlier this month.

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Garrison in my view is going to be nice besides being next to 1-277. Just wanted to ask I've noticed this past week I was looking at 210 Trades Webcam and there actually taking the Condo Complex down!!! Does anyone have any idea what is up with that. I knows just about 3 weeks ago I saw in the Charlotte Observer that a Lawsuit was placed earlier this month.

If you read the 210 thread you will see pages of discussion about the work stoppage.

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The garrison now has a webcam that actually shows its progress, not the skyline and a couple sweaty workers. It looks like its on top of the brick building on the corner.

They readjusted the cam again. Guess the view of the old industry wasn't appetizing buyers...

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