Windows are in on the Montrose side of Hanover’s 30-ft. Kroger-facing residential highrise at the corner with Hawthorne St. Those 2 rows of empty spots in the grid just below the former elevation of Skybar have been left intentionally blank and belong to the complex’s garage-topping pool deck, which looks to have its north-facing balcony already hanging out over Hawthorne.
The development’s leasing website lists August 1st as the planned date for the first round of move-ins, which leaves 3 and a half months to wrap up the majority of construction. The parking garage has yet to get its full modesty covering, per previous renderings from the Montrose side:
Once all skins are in place, those driving northward up Montrose could get a view similar to this one as they approach the tower:
On top of that garage space will be the planned deck:
Here’s a glammed-up full rendering of the tower as seen from the Walgreen’s parking lot across Montrose at Lovett St. to the northeast — that’s a ghostly Kroger corner poking into view from the bottom right, in front of the tower’s main entrance:
- 3400 Montrose [Hanover]
- Previously on Swamplot: A Few Months After Completing Demolition of 3400 Montrose, Construction Crews Begin Building 3400 Montrose; The Art of Disappearance at 3400 Montrose; Demolition of 3400 Montrose Building Reaches the Skybar Removal Phase; A Deck Pool, but no ‘Skybar,’ for the New 3400 Montrose; New 30-Story 3400 Montrose Tower Will Face Kroger, Show Montrose Blvd. Its Garage and Drive-Thru; How the Montrose ‘Skybar’ Building Demo Is Going Down; Apartment Developer Buying Montrose Blvd. ‘Skybar’ Building