For those following the progress of the Edificio Terrazza across from us...This is the construction we've been watching from our porch, since we moved in a couple years ago.
It's been fairly quiet at the construction site for the last week or so..not much noise or activity that we can see. Perhaps there are more workers elsewhere in the complex and we just don't see or hear them.
Here are some updated pictures to share:
This massive apt complex is as wide as our block and goes street to street. We took the pictures in sections, going left to right, from our view.
You can kind of see the intersection near where the Coopera (great produce/meat market) is located across the river. You can walk to the Feria Libre (largest people's market in Cuenca) down that main street, Av. Las Americas.
Middle section of Terrazza.
The more modern buildings may have a better chance of having a back-up generator for power, but the older buildings usually don't have back-up. The power outages this year have usually been short and may have been announced in the buildings or in the newspapers, if they are planned. Without power, most shops close down and your internet could be affected.
If you're in Cuenca, be careful out there!