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Old Posted Jun 2, 2018, 1:32 PM
Fryguy Fryguy is offline
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Originally Posted by JACKinBeantown View Post
I like it. It has those angled columns and will be right next to another new building with similar angled columns, and a slight but not overt stacked box effect (I'll give it a pass as I'm tired of stacked boxes, but this does it in a subtly acceptable way with its octagonality). What's happening at the river level? Hopefully that's retail space and not just a lobby for the residents. That would make me really annoyed. It certainly gives density to the area.

These are the buildings it will replace on the street level. Will there be retail to replace the existing retail (with presumably better retail) or just a lobby? It looks like just a lobby in the rendering, but hopefully that's just a non-detailed placeholder.!8i6656 that an all glass residential buildings I am looking at with various setbacks this building circular in its architectural form? This might be the most innovative project since the Frost Tower for downtown San Antonio. It is definitely most impressive. And definitely worthy of the pricetags associated with much of their for-sale and for-rent units. Let's see JMJ best this! Let's get this project built and ready by 2021! I may just stay in SA and move downtown, after all.
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