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Old Posted Apr 16, 2005, 6:29 PM
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Orlando - The Vue At Lake Eola

Construction started this month on a 35 story residential tower in Downtown Orlando. It will be 426' tall.

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http://www.vueorlando.com/index.php

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I was just there on Tuesday:

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Old Posted Apr 17, 2005, 12:07 AM
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Here is a banner image that shows a different view in the skyline
     
     
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Old Posted Apr 17, 2005, 12:49 AM
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Bea-VUE-tiful. I love it. Congrats, Orlando. This will be an impressive addition to your skyline, in an impressive city.


And MJ - you're always somewhere at a convenient time to take a picture. You simply amaze me. lol. God knows that this thread would pop up at the same time you took a picture.

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Great news. This is one of my favorite projects going up in downtown Orlando.
     
     
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My travel schedule is a bit ridiculous, and I take photos of EVERYTHING.

Congratulations to Orlando on some nice new development downtown.
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WOOOO HOOOOO!!! Love to see the city growing up!
     
     
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Doesn't seem like much has changed. Have they been working at the site?
     
     
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Not much new to see. There is a new contraption at the corner of Robinson & Rosalind that kind of looks like a crane base but I don't think that's what it is. It is mechanical and made a hell of a bang with smoke coming out the top while I was walking by.




     
     
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Update 8/20/2005
Unlike 55 West, lots of activity picking up at the Vue site.




     
     
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Official update on the VUE site:
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The Tower Foundation
August 29th, 2005
The tower foundation is proceeding at full speed and you’ll soon see massive cranes and other lifting equipment on site to begin tower construction. The parking garage foundation will be completed next.
     
     
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Update 9/15/2005

It has begun to go vertical and tower crane going up!




     
     
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I somehow personally dislike the name...Vue.
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Looks like there is finally some progress on this project. I really like what they did with the top of the parking garage. Excellent building.
     
     
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Great shots! The Vue is really going to close in that corner nicely. It shouldn't be too long now before the upper floors get going at an accelerated pace.
     
     
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