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Caroline St Private Residences | 22 fl | U/C
Maybe they are making the water and sewer connections to Caroline? Unfortunately I won't have time to check today.
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No getting through Caroline today, that's for sure.

   
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Now rising above ground level.

   

Also, looks like some sort of mini crane or maybe support for a concrete pumping arm has been added.
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This thread should probably be marked as "U/C" now?
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It looks like they are about to start working on the fourth storey above grade, about the same progress as 100 Condominiums tower 1.
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So do we officially have a race?
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155 has more floors but I believe that the Momentum project (phase 1) is progressing at a faster rate.
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Exterior cladding starting to go up on the east side:
   

   
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Up, up and up … I think that's the 11th floor they are working on now.

   
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Have the covered the "fake brick" with different panels?

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