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Monday, March 17, 2008

Trump Tower

The section of the tower where the crane was attached is beginning to get brickwork, starting at the base.

Along Morgan Street, the low rise base of the future tower appears naked without the higher components.

The parking deck is half built.

Along bay street, intimidating garage doors dominate the street:

Vents along Washington Street; the tower fails to integrate into the neighborhood without windows, doors or signs of life along Washington Street.



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