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    Raffles Boston (40 Trinity Place) | 426 Stuart Street | Back Bay

    From those angles, yes. I would agree. During the past couple weeks, they have poured concrete for each floor. They began pouring the top existing floor today. Within the next week or so, it should continue to move vertical with the concrete superstructure.
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    Raffles Boston (40 Trinity Place) | 426 Stuart Street | Back Bay

    A while back, one of the construction managers on site mentioned that the glass panel samples for the Raffles building were located on Black Falcon Ave. Although there was no signage, I didn't see any other samples on Black Falcon Ave. so I assumed that these were them.
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    Raffles Boston (40 Trinity Place) | 426 Stuart Street | Back Bay

    If I am not mistaken, the steel framing will top out at this level, giving way to the concrete superstructure.
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    Raffles Boston (40 Trinity Place) | 426 Stuart Street | Back Bay

    From yesterday. Cantilever work has begun.
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    Raffles Boston (40 Trinity Place) | 426 Stuart Street | Back Bay

    I spoke with one of the construction managers last week. Once they reach the 7th floor, it will rise with concrete core/superstructure. The steel below will bear the load of the concrete superstructure above the 6th floor.

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