Us to Concord: Just dissolve already.
Concord to us: Reduce floor heights, add noise to façade to reduce expenses and increase unit count, while sticking gimmicky stuff that won't age well on every new tower?
So if the rumour is true, they could be going for up to 360m here potentially? That's somewhat exciting. (Don't quote this, i just did some quick math without looking at the original arch plans.)
Feels like that would be more than a 'minor' variance if true.
^exactly this. Also, like you know, a small side street, with no corner. It's done in NYC, but with 50 units in 1400 ft tall skinny things. We all know how this would end up in Toronto, 1000 units, and an ingress egress mess.
Interesting. Both interesting about Ontario line being so close as a possible reason for cancellation here, and also I wonder if the proponent of this build saw the possible corporate push back in to offices, and decided it made less sense to build now? I could be totally wrong, but my...
As someone else who lives here part time at least, the one lane part is actually quite positive, because it includes an east west bike route that now flows across almost all of Toronto, excluding Scarberia.
The school I went to in Forest HIll as a child had portables. It's really not that big...
So, we all know how slow this is going, but my concern is whether this slow speed is in the timeline, and allows for the construction budgeting to work? I wish i could look at the proforma so badly here.
Without a new ZBLA, they will have to work within the confines of what was passed on the previous ZBLA, so my guess is that they will do something similar to how Pemberton has dulled down the old Cresford Yorkville project.
Are they shoring for both buildings? I am unclear on whether these are connected or not, or if the commercial portion is a seperate improvement? parking connected perhaps?
EDIT: ok so this is for both buildings after looking at the ownership and the property lines, which I assume at minimum...
I think the most important thing to touch on is the underlying tone of that article above. For example, just read this sentence out loud to yourself and try not to feel the underlying disdain, emphasis mine but I think it's fair:
"TCHC and non-profit cooperatives have long been an accepted part...