Here is the latest 'Victory on Leonard' project update from the team at Victory Development Group:
We're pretty much out of the ground now. All of the structural concrete has been poured and most of the structural steel has been placed.
We're cutting into the street to tap into the water, gas, and sewer lines.
The water problems we mentioned in previous updates have caused delays in installing our panelized wall systems.
To make up for this delay our lumber installer will have two crews working simultaneously to keep us within our 3-month time frame.
There's three types of wood and lumber we'll be installing: wood plates that attach to the steel, floor trusses, and then the wall panels.
The wall panels will arrive from the factory one floor at a time.
Next week we'll be visiting the factory to see how the wall panels are made. Footage of that visit will be included in next month's update.
We're installing the last plumbing tie-in's underneath the covered parking, including the sanitary line.
Several of the concrete floors were poured last week.
The elevator shaft is the lowest point in the building. Once we pump the water out we'll be pouring the concrete floor to get it ready for elevator installation.
We've closed off a small portion of Widdicomb and Leonard to put in a sanitary connection along with water and gas.
BONUS: We have a signed letter-of-intent (LOI) for the retail space. Soon, we'll announce our new tenant, who we believe will be an incredible asset for the neighborhood and our residents.