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Old Posted May 9, 2006, 6:11 AM
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here it is for those too lazy to click

     
     
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I just saw a scale model of Twelve CP on Skycrapercity and it looks MUCH better than the rendering.
Nope, still boring!
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no more boring than the many condo towers in Chicago and New York, but they still help fill things in.... a city can't be all landmark towers
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Nope, still boring!
Oh, I disagree. Not spectacular, but a huge improvement.
     
     
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I wasn't bowled over with it initially, but now after these changes, I think it has real promise.
     
     
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no more boring than the many condo towers in Chicago and New York, but they still help fill things in.... a city can't be all landmark towers
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Oh, I disagree. Not spectacular, but a huge improvement.
I'm not ready to sprinkle rose petals in the path of a developer simply because they are building something over 15 storeys in downtown. I like the addition to the skyline but whats wrong with expecting (hoping) that it has a little more pizazz than a glass box?
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I'm not ready to sprinkle rose petals in the path of a developer simply because they are building something over 15 storeys in downtown. I like the addition to the skyline but whats wrong with expecting (hoping) that it has a little more pizazz than a glass box?
Who's asking for rose petals ? And why should downtown Atlanta expect them ? Especially from Novare ?
     
     
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Quick question, I know this has nothing to do with 12 CP, but why is there never any cars parked on the upper level of the parking deck at 30 Allen Plaza? Is it open yet? Also, don't they already have a rendering/blueprint of 45 AP, I thought I heard that construction was about to start? Back to 12 CP, I see form the diagram that parking is on the bottom of the towers, so that must mean they're still on parking? I like how all of the Novare towers have the feature that lets you view the floor plan from different view points i.e. East, West. I think it's pretty neat.
     
     
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I'm not ready to sprinkle rose petals in the path of a developer simply because they are building something over 15 storeys in downtown. I like the addition to the skyline but whats wrong with expecting (hoping) that it has a little more pizazz than a glass box?
Nothing, but at least Novare is starting to break out of their box. The Atlantic, albeit still looking similiar to all their projects, looks incredible. Does anyone know if it will be raw concrete or painted? Im really hoping they keep it raw. Metropolis looks great.
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Here are a couple of shots I took from the car on the Spring Street on-ramp last week:


     
     
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Nothing, but at least Novare is starting to break out of their box. The Atlantic, albeit still looking similiar to all their projects, looks incredible. Does anyone know if it will be raw concrete or painted? Im really hoping they keep it raw. Metropolis looks great.
Atlantic looks like all their projects?
     
     
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Its a square, not a rectangle. They havent done anything which is in this shape before.
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From an email:

Please Join Us For A Skyline Soiree
to celebrate TWELCE Centennial Park

Thursday, May 18th
6:30pm until 9:30pm

Rooftop Terrace
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
235 Andrew Young International Blvd.

Rain or shine

RSVP by May 11th (though I just got it today)
rsvp@TWELVEcentennialpark.com

Maybe someone could go and take pictures if they happen to have a model?
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I rsvp'd but i didnt recieve anything back.
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here's some pictures from today...





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Old Posted May 17, 2006, 10:34 PM
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Nice pics. How did you get on the site?
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I didn't really, I climbed the fence by the marta station and took some over the wall there, and then through the fence by the road.
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Old Posted May 18, 2006, 5:42 AM
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Word, the last picture looks like your on top of the hotel section.
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Maybe someone could go and take pictures if they happen to have a model?
You can go see the model now if you want. It's on display at the sales office in Midtown (formerly the Twelve-AS office, on 6th St next door to Halo).
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