Remaining photos and updates for November 2017
As I mentioned in a previous post
I'm going to be reducing the number of updates I post on this blog. Updates will now happen on a monthly basis and will have a new format.
I've got a few more things to share for November, so this is the remainder of the photos that I took and some updates from Bernard as well. Enjoy!
On the North Quay side, a metal structure is taking shape at the ground level. I am assuming this is going to be an entrance of some sort. The balconies are getting glass railings across all three levels too.
Some cool shots from up high
Here's a bunch of photos that I've had sent in. These are taken from up high looking down on the ground below. Looks pretty amazing!
Links to past time lapse videos
Reducing the frequency of updates and content on this Blog
I've had quite a dilemma regarding this Blog for quite some time. I've not been focusing on it as much recently due to work and other projects, yet I want to keep it updated and alive at least until the construction at 300 George St is complete. So I've thought hard about it and decided to reduce the frequency of updates from a weekly to a monthly basis starting in December.
This decision will allow me to keep the Blog running but will free me up from the responsibility of frequent updates. I think this is fair both for you, the readers and myself.
I will also cease posting time lapse videos going forward. These videos were courtesy of Bernard and he continues to upload them to his YouTube channel
. I would suggest anyone interested in these subscribes there.
The format will change slightly since all the updates for a month will be put together into the one post, but all the usual information will still be there.
I still have a bunch of content that I've not yet shared which I will endeavour to do over this week. Keep an eye out for that, it should be a few interesting posts.
I've opened up visitor posts on the Facebook Page
so if you have updates regarding construction or the site in general, do share them there.
Thanks for reading!