The building was a very active construction site with about five cement trucks lined up waiting to deliver their cargos, which were actively being pumped (injected?) into place.
I’ll try and remember to go back in a few months (hopefully on a sunny day) and snap some more construction photos, so you can get a sense of the speed at which the Madrone is coming together. Mission Bay is a fascinating neighborhood, it reminds me of the outline of a term paper… you can see all the major themes that will one day be present, but most of the actual build out has yet to occur. And as for how the residents on the west side of The Radiance are enjoying the construction, one can only assume that they are among the few who aren’t so thrilled that active development has ramped back up. But hey, at least when the Madrone is done they’ll be looking at a real building instead of a work-in-progress construction site.
I don’t know how Madrone will be priced [update, they are sold out. Learn more about Madrone resales], but it will be interesting to see how resales at The Radiance are impacted by the new competition on the block.
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