Was going to say much the same.Wow, $52M — guess they’ll be hoping that the Scrivener development across the street gets something close to the height and density they’re seeking.
The residents to the west are gonna go *batshit* over this one. Very glad to see it go, though — have long thought this is a terrible use of land as it has sat.
Hideous with a capital H, no less!
Yeah, for pretty much exactly that reason, I'd much prefer something essentially the antithesis of Stern, especially given that its neighbour across the street will be a Cobe design.Hideous with a capital H, no less!
This could be a great opportunity for the resurrection of this building. And re: Stern - the final iteration of Devron's Winslow project was umm like kind of sort of going in that direction. But not.
I can't blame anyone for seeing it as hideous in its present form though — it has certainly been bastardized since. Getting it back to near original condition would be wonderful. I wonder how many storeys up they'll propose to go…