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  1. The parking lot to the east of 230 E Long is fenced off in your picture which makes me think the parking lot with the retail along Long is going to start construction soon.
  2. I wish there was a comprehensive plan to bury them throughout all of downtown and upgrade the sidewalks and landscaping to the downtown standards regardless of when new development takes place because it looks really bad down a lot of downtown streets. I think the reason why this building is going up faster on one side than the other is because of the pool. The one side has to be concrete up until the pool since I'm pretty sure wood construction can't support a swimming pool. The rest of the building will be wood frame so that can proceed faster.
  3. There hasn't been any permit activity since around November but I think Zyrokai is right they're probably waiting for the hotel to finish up. With the alley being as narrow as it is I don't see how two different construction crews could work there at the same time. I'm pretty confident the project is still going to move forward.
  4. Yeah the whole parcel is under the same ownership and the entire development was approved on one site plan.
  5. Having been on the south and east facing balconies DevoIsDance is right you do feel exposed and uncomfortable on the balconies, the view of the surface lots and parking garage isn't particularly great either. The west facing side is much better in terms of looks and balcony enjoyment. It's nice looking down on the park and seeing the river.
  6. The "extended stay hotel" zoned manufacturing is finishing up on Indianola. I wonder if they're going to hold off on the retail portion that was to front the street because why would they have planted grass and trees if they intend to build that anytime soon...
  7. I love how these turned out I can't wait for the rest of them to be built. That will be quite the urban intersection when it's all finished.
  8. Not sure this project was posted anywhere online but there's a sizable new townhouse development being built near the back of Jeffery Park. I pulled this from the city's citizens access page, for newer projects if you find the site plan you can go into attachments and download a PDF of what was approved. FYI this does not work on Safari but works in Chrome.
  9. Glad to see Milo Grogan become investment worthy but I'm not sure I'd want to live on that street. The neighborhood still has a long way to go.
  10. The Motorists Insurance apartments are finally at street level. This one seems like it's taking forever to make progress.
  11. The Harlow. Elevator cores topped out with the framing now on the 4th floor.
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