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3 hours ago, KJHburg said:

Inch by inch this building is slowly rising.  Charlotte Rising very Slowly.  I have not walked by this in a couple of months.   Some interior shots from the fence holes. 

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I'm counting one new pane of glass that has  been added since QCxpat's post on August 28.  Hopefully more substantial progress has been going on inside the theater.

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3 hours ago, theronhobbs said:

Novum Structures announces the first cable facade of its kind in Charlotte, North Carolina

https://www.archpaper.com/2021/10/sponsored-novum-structures-announces-first-cable-facade-of-its-kind-charlotte/

No idea where they grabbed the surrounding buildings from in the renderings, but at least we get a massive new park across the street...

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6th/Tryon corner detail is going to be really nice and clean!

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1 hour ago, Madison Parkitect said:

I don't know how much cranes cost to own, but if I was starting a new business in a growing city, a crane rental/operations business might be my first choice. Those guys have to be making a killing and there's pretty much always just one company doing all of it.

in boom times they are but ask about their business back in 2010 when there were few cranes anywhere.  Heede is the dominant crane operator and supplier here for sure. 

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