I think this deserves a new thread. Behold - I have come across some rendereings of this new Lynx project we've all been hearing about. The size of the buildings seems to be a little out of scale compared to the rest of the skyline (especially when comparing it to 4 seasons), but who knows, maybe they'll get built that big. Some one please check the city of miami website and see if this project has made any progress with the approvals...
JR, if you don't already have them hosted online somewhere or aren't able to get them on here for whatever reason, you can email them to me at [email protected] & i'll post 'em for you. i'm real curious to see what you've got.
I'M STARTING TO THINK THIS IS B.S. unless jr corrects me by posting the image i think he's lying. its getting to the point where i think we won't see this project until it goes to sales, because i'm sure that if rx,sfdave,and uptown haven't found it yet none of us are going to see it.
i've gotten to the point that if lynx is so great we can wait for it,after its built its going to last many years so lets just relax chill,sit back and look at the other projects.
ok about time jr,makes me be quiet and post the rendering
OK I've just forwarded the pictures to MIA & Dave. One of these guys will hopefully post them here soon. Sorry to keep everyone in suspense, but believe me, once you see them, it should be worth it. I hope it gets built...
i wouldn't say there's a lack of architecture as you call it, even though they are boxy. they're fairly simple, not trying to do too much & i think it works. there's some elegance to them. i don't mind boxy if it's done right.
i think these will make a great impression on the skyline if/when built.
Wow, S.F.Dave , great work done J.R. , still there's a puzzle missing here, 1st, has this Lynx Towers project been approved by the City of Miami ???, if so, where are the sales of these condos, and the last is Financing, such a huge bulky project, I just hope its a Go, soon. Remember, time is running out of this great boom. Interest rates going up and the higher the gasoline goes , the higher costs of construction. Always do what Jorge Perez says is best," Build Fast, finish Fast ". If this Lynx Tower Project doesn't break ground in the next 2 years, It will just be another tall tower of the past that wasn't built. :cheers:
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