Now, more telling as to the look of the finished deck
The north wall [closest to the stadium] scaffolding is down. The wall is nearly finished. For the remainder of the structure, I think lots of brick will be laid next week. The south wall panels are up. I am waiting to see what covers the holes where there is no brick. It is quite interesting to check construction periodically during the week. The next week or so will be quite revealing…
Imagine a 7-story and a 5-story building on top of the deck. If I recall, that’s an office complex and hotel respectively. The finished structure will be Fayetteville’s tallest building. It will tower over SEGRA Stadium.
Flickr Album with these photos [taken w/iPhone 11 Pro]
Good progress since 09/21–a ways to go to open the bottom 2 floors by the end of November.
Taken with my iPhone 11 Pro.
I am really loving taking pictures with this iPhone 11 Pro!
This piece by Nnamdi Okonkwo adorns the front of the Fayetteville, North Carolina City Hall.
Captured Tuesday afternoon with my iPhone 11 Pro
September update—opening now slated for November. My, my…
Shot with iPhone 11 Pro, Ultrawide-angle Lens
My friend Mark Lafayette says:
I talked to the construction manager yesterday and he said they are only going to open the bottom 2 floors and it will now be end of November. He said they had major drainage issues that required the City to fix.