Originally Posted by Ramako
Originally Posted by Torontovibe
Can you think of any newish developments where an all glass retail space transformed into a good-looking retail space, once a tenant renovated it? I can't think of any, off hand. Where are the new great retail developments? (never mind great, I'll settle for creative or interesting)
Victory Condos on King West.
What is the name of the retail space? (store or restaurant)
Originally Posted by Big Daddy
Originally Posted by CN Tower
Friendly cyber-bet that if this project even goes ahead (no better than 50/50 odds in my mind) that the occupany dates commence at minimum 1 year+ after they promise? It will be fun to prove you in 2020!
What's with all the negativity? This project will almost certainly go forward even if its just because of the location. I can't see any reason to believe otherwise and your constant negativity could almost be construed as negative advertising. Do you work in the industry? Do you
Originally Posted by Xray_Crystal_Junkie
I'm not very familiar with the world art scene. Would having Mirvish's and the Thomsons' art on display here in Toronto have the effect of elevating the city in terms of a cultural destination that would actually register?
Edit: Corrected spelling of "Thomson".
Already revered for their gentrification of Toronto’s King W district through developments such as 20 Stewart, 550 Wellington and the Thompson Residences, Freed will be turning attention to Yonge and Eglinton with their latest venture, 155 Redpath Condos.
“For every individual interested in buying in King West, I think there’d be 20 people interested in buying at Yonge and Eglinton, by virtue of the transit and existing infrastructure,” says Peter Freed, Founder & CEO of Freed
Glad you're enjoying them! I saw a lot this weekend.