Re: Re: Liberty Hall
I don’t really buy the argument about it looking much better than Hawkin’s house. Yes it’s not as ugly as Hawkins house, but it is FAR more visible from many places in the city.
Oh how good it will be to see the wrecking ball come in…
I remember reading that the footprint of the tower is one quarter of the site. If they built at a uniform height on the whole site at a reasonably low height (maybe 6 storeys plus obligatory setback?) could they achieve their goal of increasing the square footage? I’m not against highrise, but this just was never the place for it – wouldn’t it be great if this mistake could be corrected.