Who says they are changing anything?You mean they're going to be a new facade design? I hope they don't incorporate a lot of balconies into this design!
The Gloucester isn't exactly a remotely equal comparison as a substantial amount of construction (including partial cladding installation) had already occurred when Concord took over. Not to say they necessarily will change anything here, but it would be much easier to do with this project, than one where not only have the materials been ordered, but some are already on the tower.Who says they are changing anything?
...remember they are one of the only developers to takeover bankrupt projects while having many of their own going on
YSL Residences - Yonge Street Living (383 Yonge) | 298.99m | 85s | Concord Adex | Kohn Pedersen Fox
Central Condos | 138.98m | 46s | Concord Adex | DIALOG
The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A
We're talking about Concord, a firm which couldnt care less about quality of their work. Of course they will mess with the design to dull it down as much as possible. Unfortunately it's not a case like up the street with Clover on Yonge with work which was already well underway.Yes, Concord will need to do much better in design or preferably just accept the existing one and not mess with it.
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.