Not sure, considering that they will have to get the walls of the hotel rooms and such to be done as well. Will be interesting to see what method will be choosen for that.
If you scroll a few pics above you can see that they are already doing something similar for some rooms on the floor that is currently being built (not sure what those rooms are for, if the boundries they laid down are indeed of rooms).
Looks like the crane facing Kalka Building is getting preps for another suspension so it can further climb up.
Judging by that it seems pace of the core isn't slowing down...
I guess the frame will get more attention after the underground part is done and the podium taking shape.
They've been working on the current unfinished frame-floor for 3 weeks...
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