It is sometimes easier to add finishing touches from the inside, as this man is doing here with the new windows installed above the space where the Flying Biscuit is coming on South Main Street.
The roof layer goes on faster if installed as an assembly. There wasn’t much wind this day, so the men manning the stabilization ropes could guide the section into place.
This wreath is on the front of the Camperdown construction project.
The building permit lists the use as commercial and the owner as 85 Cleveland LLC and says 12,647 sf and an estimated value of $1,500,000
Been wondering what the use will be. Located across the street from Cancer Survivors Park.
When a large street tree goes down it takes the sidewalk with it. Be careful on your walks on Mcdaniel Avenue as it a busy route for motor vehicles…
Precast concrete panels being erected for the new South Carolina Children’s Theater. Photo taken from Howe Street December 4.
The Camperdown Development can now easily be seen over the treeline above Reedy River Falls.
Photo by Frank Mansbach.
As the before Google Street view shows, these benches in Cleveland Park had a view of a field and the Swamp Rabbit Trail. We found it interesting that with the construction of the fence to store ReWa big dig equipment, park users will unlikely seek out these benches to watch people! We suggest these benches will go unused as long as the fence is in place…
Sun shining on the Markley Place construction on North Markley Street.
As the Wyche Law firm prepares to move to 200 E Camperdown Way to allow the Grand Bohemian Hotel to be constructed it is interesting that it was decided that the three flagpoles needed removing. (Photos by Frank Mansbach)