Assertive is good, I agree. The real question is what the precast is going to look like in two years.
Well, Mirvish Village is doing a pretty good job breaking itself up into smaller pieces while still being assertive...I actually didn't mind a little relentlessness like this - hard to find such assertive mid-rise architecture here in the city. It's more often than not trying to tuck itself away, hide and desperately trying to pretend to be made out of different masses with uninspiring material and design choices.
We're laughing, but someone will probably snap it up in just a few short days.$1.395m to look directly onto the CP North Toronto Sub...
The developers would already be aware of 'Luxury Ghetto' tags on the billboards…Not here to hate just letting you all know. i really don't care less about condos i don't find them attractive. i just assume this is the place where i can notify the developers.
I want this bad boi to turn all scuzzy and weathered like the brutalist beast it is!! Give me streak marks!! Tridel could have clad this with exposed aggregate natural concrete precast and it would have looked like a mountain
We're laughing, but someone will probably snap it up in just a few short days.
We live in an era where people pay $500K+ for a digital house they'll never live in, why not pay $1.4 million to see the sweet sight of CP diesel trains chugging along everyday. I'm sure we'll be hearing cries of residents to shut down the line because they "never knew it was there", and the contents of the transport are "too dangerous" to be transported so close to residential homes.