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STAGES & PERFORMANCES
Brick work begins, September 19, 2000.
Snowy view from Broad Street, December 12, 2000.
Brick work at the corner of Broad & Spruce Streets, March 14, 2001.
Front view showing the restaurant balcony, March 14, 2001.
View from 15th Street, March 14, 2001.
View of construction from atop the Center City One building, May 1, 2001.
View of the windows of First Union Founder's Club, July 9, 2001.
Front view of the exterior of Kimmel Center, July 9, 2001.
The east end curtain wall with the roof of Perelman Theatre, which will be the Rooftop Garden, July 17, 2001.
View from atop Center City One, July 17, 2001.
A temporary crane is erected on Spruce Street on July 28, 2001. This temporary crane (in white) begins the dismantling of The Kimmel Center's tower crane by removing the boom, or the swing arm as shown here.
After removing the tower crane's cab, the street crane lifts out the massive engine before beginning to dismantle the more than 200 feet of tower below.
A worker unhooks the connection between the temporary street crane and the main section of The Kimmel Center's tower crane after lifting it out of the building and onto Spruce Street.
The main section of tower, measuring approximately 40 feet, is lowered onto Spruce Street by the temporary street crane, and will soon be loaded onto a flatbed truck to be hauled away.
The tower crane has been fully removed, all glass on the roof has been installed and trees have been planted in the Rooftop Garden. August 27, 2001.
Completed brickwork on the First Union Founder's Club exterior August 27, 2001
Preparation of the sidewalk along Broad Street has begun in front of The Kimmel Center. October 4, 2001.
The Kimmel Center sign has been unveiled on Broad Street. November 8, 2001.
The Kimmel Center on the Avenue of the Arts in Center City Philadelphia. February 2002.
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