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On 1/8/2020 at 11:58 AM, ironyisadeadscene said:

I know. So throw the apartments on top of the Arcisure building after that!

Why would that make a difference? The Acrisure building is just about the same height as the parking garage...

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2 hours ago, GRDadof3 said:

Why would that make a difference? The Acrisure building is just about the same height as the parking garage...

I'm talking about the stand alone highrise that's going to be built adjacent to the one under construction. Add it all into one big tower. 

 

Clearly I'm dreaming

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Crane alert! I’m not a crane expert like a lot of people on the forum but they had a “movable” crane setup behind the fence of the office building. The crane is lowered to the ground right now but basically spans the length of the parking ramp. If you see someone salivating down there this weekend, it’s probably @GRDadof3  #cranecreeper. LOL. 

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On 1/17/2020 at 6:30 PM, joeDowntown said:

Crane alert! I’m not a crane expert like a lot of people on the forum but they had a “movable” crane setup behind the fence of the office building. The crane is lowered to the ground right now but basically spans the length of the parking ramp. If you see someone salivating down there this weekend, it’s probably @GRDadof3  #cranecreeper. LOL. 

Joe

I'm on it!

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She's a crawler. I can't imagine this will stay there unless they move it out onto the street. Here's to hoping for another tower crane. Maybe the GVSU one is moving over here??

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The Acrisure building is decidely taller than the ramp. 7 floors? This will be a nice project.

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Yup, 7 floors:

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22 hours ago, joeDowntown said:

It's going vertical!

 

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I noticed the steel too. I was shocked. They must be on an accelerated timeline with Acrisure.

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I like that they built one section to full height. You can really visualize how much it’ll add to that block! I think once the other stairwell is finished, the steel will go up quite quickly. 

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Am I off or is this the fastest the steel for a building DT has ever gone up? The first photo of significant activity is Jan 27. February 7th show it almost done! Like in a 10 days time the whole steel structure should almost be completed at this speed.

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8 hours ago, GR_Urbanist said:

Am I off or is this the fastest the steel for a building DT has ever gone up? The first photo of significant activity is Jan 27. February 7th show it almost done! Like in a 10 days time the whole steel structure should almost be completed at this speed.

It is going fast, but it isn't almost done. It has to wrap around the West side of the ramp a bit to the other stair tower (L shaped). 

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11 hours ago, ironyisadeadscene said:

You guys like night shots?

 

 

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I take back what I said, it is almost done. :)

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