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I'd be like Ant Man and pee my pants if I was these guys:   

Long-time lurker (as in probably a decade plus), first-time poster.  Two pics of Tryon Place - construction on the tower itself and the JW Marriott site.   

So here's a new view of Uptown  from Ally....  pretty cool!

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On 7/17/2020 at 11:45 AM, navigator319 said:

I’m hoping/assuming panels get dropped in between the frames seen now. If that not the case, I would not put anything past the scum of Crescent, then it’s worse then the top ‘screening’ and the box the sticks above it.

"The scum of Crescent" seems a tad hyperbolic. And I say this having been strung along by them for 4 months for a job that should have been mine, and not gettin it.

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2 hours ago, Tyree Ricardo said:

"The scum of Crescent" seems a tad hyperbolic. And I say this having been strung along by them for 4 months for a job that should have been mine, and not gettin it.

I'm sorry but no. I have a true hate for them and it starts with and at the top and filters down to all the minions that work their.  Ineptitude and celebration of mediocrity reigns supreme in what I'm sure is a toxic internal culture built on fear and inbreeding of only people who agree and never express a different point of view.  

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52 minutes ago, utcltjay said:

I am still pissed they didn't even try to stay with this awesome design. The tower we got is such a let down compared. 

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Agreed! That green glass looks gorgeous! And the shape the tower from the other side of the old renderings was so unique. Ugh!

8 hours ago, QCxpat said:

 

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Zoom into the truck. Was that photoshopped in? Lol 

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19 hours ago, CharlotteWkndBuzz said:

This project in my eyes is capable of having atherton mill type tenants. For a financial bank tower, the minimal lobby and 360 retail is a giant step forward. I would have loved a 7th St market type space in the parking deck or some sort of food hall but at this point in 2020...We should be fortunate something is under construction vs it still being a damn good year tire shop. 
 

*Navigator, did you get fired from crescent or something? Lol jk

" I would have loved a 7th Street Market type space in the parking deck."

That's exactly what they are targeting in Unit 138 with a big patio facing the parking deck and Hill St.

Also there is a food hall planned at 101 Independence Center. 

And Crescent does a LOT of community and creative outreach with the community. They come up with great products, but I think a lot of things have  gotten cut as the labor pool in construction has contracted (Trump, natural disasters, turmoil in South/Central America) and material and construction prices skyrocketed.  More and more gulf coast hurricanes and national disasters have shifted a lot of materials and labor to cities that get decimated. The price of doing business has gone up exponentially and without the ability to drastically increase their price psf we end up two great street frontages and two lousier ones.

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