MTO wrote:I was going to vote for 3 but concede it'll be 2 (minus a floor). And I'm not normally picky but 2 looks terrible.
I agree its ridiculously ugly...
iamjacobm wrote:The Kiewit building looks pretty much done. Barriers down, sidewalks open and lights on inside.
Joe_Sovereign wrote:Still no details of what the Cambria is going to look like?
Do we even know the number of rooms or number of floors?
iamjacobm wrote:128 rooms, 5 floors. Renderings and plans starting on Page 44:
Garrett wrote:I'm definitely glad it's not the Orange and yellow monstrousity that was shown
Joe_Sovereign wrote:Drove by earlier this week. Looks like the elevator shaft is about two floors high so far on the hotel.
iamjacobm wrote:I think were going to look back in a year or two are really wish we would of had more retail along 14th. Missed our opportunity to create a focal street for the neighborhood.
Joe_Sovereign wrote:iamjacobm wrote:I think were going to look back in a year or two are really wish we would of had more retail along 14th. Missed our opportunity to create a focal street for the neighborhood.
In a few years this might be 2 blocks away.
They say the complex is the metro area’s first apartment project to have a “fully integrated” smart home technology system wired during construction and operational in all 101 units.
“This comes with smart lights, outlets, thermostat, sensors, locks, dimmers, voice control and more.”
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