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Saturday, December 16, 2006

Liberty Harbor North

Plenty of things are happening at Liberty Harbor North even if the facades along Grand Street aren't changing very much. Indeed, much of the construction south of Grand street is coming along with a second tower (or second part of the first tower) getting its steal frame, seen here on the far right, and again below.

Furthermore, workers are now laying the framing for the curb of a road running alongside the southern section of the development, parallel to the light rail line.

Below the new road's curb is getting its framing. Above, the skyline of Liberty Harbor North, looking northeast from Jersey Avenue light rail station.

Facades going in along Grand Street.

Again, more steal framing is going next to the already fairly high tower.



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