Below photo was taken from the house at SW 37th Street and SW 2nd Place
Photos below were taken in front of the Parkwood Professional Plaza.
Left photos show the proposed tower as it would be with one provider. Photos
to the right show the tower with three providers.
Photos on the left are also clickable to bring up full sized images for
Left photo taken from Mid-block of SW 3rd Place.
The photo below was taken from the Westgate Shopping center parking lot
in front of Omni Books.
Photos directly above were taken from parking lot of 1st Choice Insurance.
Photos below were taken from Calico Jack's front parking lot
Above photo taken from the parking lot of Mildred's showing the tower with
one antenna array and then three providers' antennas.
Photo below was taken from 3706 SW 3rd Place.
The photo below was taken from 34th Street, driving south and crossing
over Hogtown Creek. The building in the foreground is the back side of
The photos on this page were taken during a recent balloon test by Earthcom
Services / Sprint. The monopole is planned to be installed in the woods
adjacent to the east end of the Anglewood area.
The balloon was replaced by an actual photograph of a similar tower that
was superimposed over the balloon. The tower has been scaled for distance
and placed behind objects such as trees that would have been foreground
The original balloon photos and a description of the methodology used to create these simulations can be found by following the link at the bottom of this page.
Will the proposed new Sprint tower be an eyesore? You be the judge...
Sprint & Earthcom Services have proposed to build a new 130 foot tall
cellular tower at the eastern end of our neighborhood. As the pictures
below and the sidebar explain, the tower will be fairly visible from Both
Newberry Road and SW 2nd
Ave. The Earthcom petition number is:
Recently, we aquired, from Sprint's website,
a map of all existing Sprint towers in the
Gainesville area. This map has been reproduced
and the proposed monopole location has been
noted. This map is very interesting and critical
to the Plan Board's deliberations. Please see the maps by clicking here.
If anyone has any other questions or comments, please e-mail me at: email@example.com