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Ugh page 17 new angle of the updated design of the Honeywell. Way way worse if that was even possible than the original more rounded and flared version.

Mind boggling Honeywell chose this location/design over other options.

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14 hours ago, navigator319 said:

Ugh page 17 new angle of the updated design of the Honeywell. Way way worse if that was even possible than the original more rounded and flared version.

Mind boggling Honeywell chose this location/design over other options.

Wish it was a little taller

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5 minutes ago, AP3 said:

Wish it was a little taller

uptown.PNG

You know, I don’t think this is a stunner either (looks like we’re in the majority), and I was just thinking how this design would’ve worked better in SouthEnd.  But then I thought of the big glassy, imposing sleekness of the LendingTree development on the north end of SouthEnd, which reads like more of the uptown aesthetic.  Granted, 277 is a yuge separator, but the swapping of particular building styles in those locations may help blur the line between glassy uptown and brick mill and warehouse SouthEnd.  Especially as height continues to grow towards 277 in SE.

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The only thing I see in that rendering is a parking garage as tall as BofA Stadium.  It sticks out sorely.

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On 2/7/2020 at 12:31 PM, Crucial_Infra said:

Jackpot!

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On 2/6/2020 at 2:22 PM, KJHburg said:

This special 31 page section is in the American Airlines magazine (I forget the name) and it is a great piece I hope thousands read it despite not using the latest and greatest Charlotte photos (one photo shows Legacy  1 not topped off) but great piece nonetheless.   If someone can get me a printed copy of this magazine from this month I will deliver a dozen of Charlotte based Krispy Kreme doughnuts to your office or home no joke. 

https://charlotteregion.com/clientuploads/News/Spotlight_Charlotte__February2020.pdf

Consider it done.  

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12 hours ago, kermit said:

 “Limitless paper in a paperless world”

There is a lot of money in paper... someone has to make those shipping and take out boxes after all.

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A profile of economic growth throughout the country in the last decade.  Check out North Carolina in the various sectors such as technology.  The state stands out positively, especially compared to other East Coast locations.

https://chiefexecutive.net/the-next-economy-following-the-trail-of-u-s-job-growth/

 

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On 2/7/2020 at 10:06 AM, kermit said:

I am a wee-bit dubious of a survey which finds quality of life in Charlotte and Zurich to be roughly the same.

I’m not. Affordability and jobs are hipster-hip.

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I really don't understand why people think wells would not come to Charlotte. Bank of America did. There are more people out there ready to get out of NYC than you think. Even so, I bet most jobs come here over time and that is all that really matters.

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