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Old Posted Apr 30, 2019, 12:27 AM
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I was down there Friday night servicing an elevator across the street and can't get over the changes coming to Broadway. It is very exciting. I hope and wonder if they will slowly be able to move/relocate or remove some of the power lines as they slowly develop further down the road as well.
Yes. All those power lines will be buried underground soon. Broadway St is going to have a major remodel.
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Yes. All those power lines will be buried underground soon. Broadway St is going to have a major remodel.
Does anyone know when that will begin?
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Does anyone know when that will begin?
There are construction barrels around every telephone pole on the right side. If that's related, I'd say soon.

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[IMG]Broadway Street by Raul Medina III, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Is the taller of the two topped out or does it have one more floor to go? I can't really tell.
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I think it's topped out but they're going to add the trellis like on the other one.

... and apparently add a garish sign.


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Join AIA San Antonio Young Architects at we kick off our 2019-2020 Milestone Tours with Joeris General Contractors, Ltd., Credit Human, and their design team. This panel discussion will offer an introduction to the goals, opportunities, and challenges in the design process before our construction tours later this year.
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The video provided in the below article is pretty cool.

Also, the second building is described as 8 floors. Is it 8 or 6?
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Also, the second building is described as 8 floors. Is it 8 or 6?
It's clearly at least 7. Maybe the 8th floor is the second level of what appears to be the bottom floor, or maybe the roof.

The taller building has the same appearance issues... it looks like 11 from the outside, but there's another floor in there somewhere.



edit: In the video it says one of the parking floors is underground. So it seems the buildings are 7 and 11 floors above ground.
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Old Posted May 14, 2019, 10:31 PM
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It's clearly at least 7. Maybe the 8th floor is the second level of what appears to be the bottom floor, or maybe the roof.

The taller building has the same appearance issues... it looks like 11 from the outside, but there's another floor in there somewhere.



edit: In the video it says one of the parking floors is underground. So it seems the buildings are 7 and 11 floors above ground.
I saw, for the taller building, that there is, on the very top floor, a middle section.
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It really dominates the area, in a good way. Thanks for the photos Raul!
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Here's a "before" view of Broadway East from Pearl Parkway:
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