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Old Posted Dec 23, 2020, 9:01 PM
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This is topped out now.
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Old Posted Feb 3, 2021, 4:08 PM
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This crane looked to be on the way down today.
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This crane looked to be on the way down today.
Hopefully in a controlled descent this time.
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Hopefully in a controlled descent this time.
That definitely got a chuckle out of me
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Old Posted Feb 3, 2021, 9:02 PM
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Hopefully it stays local and isn't shipped off again.
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Hopefully it stays local and isn't shipped off again.
I feel like it will go to the site by the rotary on Quinpool. This type of crane would be useful on this site due to the proximity of the NSP substation. It has Rapicon signage on it, but they rent and are a dealer for Potain, all of Lead’s cranes newish or old had Rapicon on them somewhere. The one used on the TD Reno was a more powerful Liebherr model and likely more of a traveller to jobs.
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Hopefully in a controlled descent this time.
That didn't sound good as soon as I hit "post".

Here is a photo from yesterday by me.

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Old Posted Feb 10, 2021, 7:26 PM
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Halifax Developments Blog (Photo by David Jackson)


So if the crane is down does this mean we have to retire the windy day jokes?
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Old Posted Feb 10, 2021, 7:42 PM
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So if the crane is down does this mean we have to retire the windy day jokes?
Not sure if I'm ready to let it go quite yet

Has there been any update on the South Park Loft building? Over the summer it looked like the damage had been repaired and work was continuing but the past ~6 months it looks like not much progress has been made.
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No photos unfortunately but I did notice the developers are changing their Post-Bonus Height Public Benefit to undergrounding utilities. I drove by the site today and the new lights are being installed. It's quite the improvement so far. With the recent street changes and upcoming Spring Garden Streetscaping this summer the area should have a fresh new look for the post-Covid era.
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A report on the public benefit component of the development, covering undergrounding of utilities and a lit entryway:
https://www.halifax.ca/sites/default...drc914Pres.pdf
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