Providence awaits its “white tower with sculptured curves.” That’s how developer Jason Fane, of New York City, now envisions his “iconic” building of 46 stories (no pics yet) as described to Providence Journal reporter Mark Reynolds in “Land sale gets OK for 46-story tower.”
Actually it’s a preliminary OK from the I-195 commish. But fugeddabout squeezing the word “preliminary” into a headline.
What happened to the last version of what were once three slick brown multi-slabs sporting patented Minion spectacles? But now it’s a white tower with sculptured curves. And Fane still wants a pair of these suckers. What are we to make of that?
Hope Point Towers?
White tower with sculptured curves? Isn’t that kinda sorta racist or sexist or both? Tough call these days. But still, sounds quite sexy to me. Sort of like the Absolute Towers, also known as the Marilyn Monroe Buildings, in a suburb of Toronto, designed by MAD Architects. (That is not a joke, at least the name is not a joke.)