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Old Posted Mar 25, 2004, 9:57 AM
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What is subject to change from this initial plan ?
     
     
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WOW thw Empire State Building looks like a little mid-rise building beside this giant.I cant wait seeing it completet
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Because hotel space has triply increased,the hotel lobby and observation deck might have been placed onto other floor.
     
     
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What exactly is the mezzanine 102? Will it be a habitable floor for people? I understand that floor 102 or 108 off the street will be a restaurant. If mezzanine 102 is 451 m, then that surpasses CN Tower's Space Deck at 447m, which is higher than floor 102 of US7 which, as you stated, 445m.
     
     
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2004, 7:58 AM
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A mezzanine is usually accessible, so, I guess that yes, CN Tower's Space Deck is surpassed.
     
     
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the mezzanine would be something like this:



but i think it is not quite practical....how can people dining on a slope.....
     
     
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Why is it sloped?
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2004, 2:04 PM
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Its not sloped. There are steps. You can see them. There is a table on each step. Look where the floor meets the railing, the white part. You can see the steps.
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When US7 gets completed, i'm going to luggard road to see it from a distance first. It'll definitely be great!!
     
     
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It'll be great from pretty much everywhere.
Where is Luggard Road ?
     
     
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^^^ Lugard Road (only 1x "g" !) is the road around Victoria Peak.
and it's the beginning of Hong Kong Trail as well.
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Are there any more recent pictures, how long do you think it will take them to fill the hole with concrete?
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^^^ Lugard Road (only 1x "g" !) is the road around Victoria Peak.
Thanks.
I've been there several times. Now I even know the name...
The view of US will be spectacular indeed.
     
     
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Are there any more recent pictures, how long do you think it will take them to fill the hole with concrete?
I will take some photos on Friday
     
     
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Fabb: lugard road has one of the best views ...
     
     
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Yes, luggard road has got one of the best views, that's why i'm planning to go there to see US7 from a distance after its completed. I believe US 7 will start rising at the end of May. So keep an eye buddies!! See ya!!
     
     
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Are there any more recent pictures, how long do you think it will take them to fill the hole with concrete?
I will take some photos on Friday
Thanks man, i wish i could be there to see the development in person.
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Are there any more recent pictures, how long do you think it will take them to fill the hole with concrete?
I will take some photos on Friday
I ll be waiting,.............Thanks Man!!...
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Are there any more recent pictures, how long do you think it will take them to fill the hole with concrete?
I will take some photos on Friday
I ll be waiting,.............Thanks Man!!...
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