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510 W Broadway | 28m | 7s | W.T. Leung Architect

Roundabout

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A seven-storey commercial building containing retail (first floor), financial institution (first and second floor), restaurant Class 1 (second floor) and office (third to seventh floor) all over two levels of underground parking with vehicle access from the lane.

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Gravity Wins

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I know with its heavy weight it will be fine, but something about that CAT at ground level parked slightly over the edge of the pit... just looks sketchy to me.
 

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I know with its heavy weight it will be fine, but something about that CAT at ground level parked slightly over the edge of the pit... just looks sketchy to me.
It's probably fine, but it wouldn't be the first time machinery gave way on an edge like that. Last year in Newfoundland a port-a-potty gave way a fell over - with someone in it o_O
 
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