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Curious, I know this is a heritage project and requires extensive pre-excavation work, but would you say it's progressing surprisingly slow? I think it's been two years since they broke ground?

I might have assumed it would go a bit quicker; but, the estimated completion date, as I recall was Q4 2026, that gives them 4 years more and change from today to erect, fit and finish the tower component. So this was always go to be a bit of a slow mover. They just got the encroachment agreement for the station settled, that may (or may not) be indicative of moving to a new phase of work.
 

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I might have assumed it would go a bit quicker; but, the estimated completion date, as I recall was Q4 2026, that gives them 4 years more and change from today to erect, fit and finish the tower component. So this was always go to be a bit of a slow mover. They just got the encroachment agreement for the station settled, that may (or may not) be indicative of moving to a new phase of work.
From the email I received post-strike end, the new tentative occupancy date is actually Jan 2026. But yeah like you said, original occupancy date when I purchased in 2019 was 2025. So I guess it was expected to be a slow mover.
 

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From the email I received post-strike end, the new tentative occupancy date is actually Jan 2026. But yeah like you said, original occupancy date when I purchased in 2019 was 2025. So I guess it was expected to be a slow mover.
They have to dig down three storeys below the existing foundations while keeping the old walls up… so yes, this will unsurprisingly take a lot longer than the average build.

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A fair bit of visible change since the last at-grade pics, mostly, in the form of additional demo. Formerly exterior walls are now largely removed, but there has also been some height reduction behind the facades.

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A fair bit of visible change since the last at-grade pics, mostly, in the form of additional demo. Formerly exterior walls are now largely removed, but there has also been some height reduction behind the facades.

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Lovely! But when CRANE??? :)
 

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