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I would have to think that the Posada del Rey condos (just west of 6X) are ripe for redevelopment. I can easily see a developer making an offer to buy them out. Most of that lot doesn't sit in a CVC.
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^^ That photo shows the CVC (of course not in its entirety) but also the potential of CVCs as things further develop and greater density is obtained on either side of them. Certainly makes for a neat effect, despite the frustration of them sometimes.
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With the current housing market, any buyout offers would have to be very strong to persuade the owners to move.
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The podium (shorter) tower crane comes down the last weekend in June.

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What are the chances of seeing more towers going up north of this one? Specifically, 11th st and Guadalupe. There are some parking lots on there. Not necessarily tall ones but mostly infill. I realize that this area might block the CVC but it's definitely lacking in density. It feels a little odd suddenly seeing the tallest building in downtown after several stretches of flat blocks.
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