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Monde
5 Lower Sherbourne Street, Toronto
Developer: Great Gulf Homes

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Thread: Monde (5 Lower Sherbourne in East Bayfront, Great Gulf, 46s, Safdie/Quadrangle)

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    Default Monde (5 Lower Sherbourne in East Bayfront, Great Gulf, 46s, Safdie/Quadrangle)

    Waterfront Toronto is planning to sell a parcel of land to Great Gulf in the Parkside Area of the East Bay Front. Initial plans are for a 120-metre residential tower on a six-to-eight storey podium with retail-at-grade.
    UT Member Since February 2002


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    Thanks for the excellent news - GG has a great track record and this definitely inspire confidence in the plans for the area.

    AoD

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    http://www.waterfrontoronto.ca/dbdoc...f5cf44a20b.pdf

    check out this pdf i found

    it may give a glimpse into how the project may look like.

    Interesting there were alot of top development firms in the running teamed up with top local architects.

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    from twitter.com / urbanation:

    Great Gulf to purchase 12 Bonnycastle St & 5 Lower Sherbourne St from WaterfronToronto for 120-metre residential tower in the East Bayfront.
    Miss you forever EE (1949-2011.10.14) and DaoDao (1998.03.28-2009.11.27)

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    Quite a few big names on that pdf when they are talking about Bayside and Parkside development partners. Can't wait to see what they are planning on coming up with.

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    thanks for locating the East Bayfront Implementation Plan X_Condo ~

    These two images help to visualize and clarify the different portions of East Bayfront (Parkside, Bayside, Dockside):



    Miss you forever EE (1949-2011.10.14) and DaoDao (1998.03.28-2009.11.27)

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    these renders are so beautiful, I almost wanna cry. If reality is even close to this... wow, what a huge improvement for that part of the city. I hope I live long enough ot see it.

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    Is the Building 120m + 6-8 podium or is it 120 m including the podium?. either way this is a great development for the waterfront.
    Go big or go home......

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    Amazing!
    This looks like it is actually going to happen.
    Along with its other projects in Toronto, it certainly appears that Great Gulf is positioning itself to be a big player in the future development of this city.
    This company has always had a great reputation. Good for them. Good for the City of Toronto.
    "Inside every older person is a younger person
    wondering what the hell happened."

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    i'm guessing the dates refer to the start of sales? or construction?

    btw, does anyone know which brokerage they use for their sales?
    Last edited by luxome; 2009-Nov-05 at 21:03.

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    So they're not demolishing that hideous factory and the large parking lot to the left of this site?

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    The factory and the jobs stay.

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    i'm guessing the dates refer to the start of sales? or construction?
    completion although I wouldn't read too much into them
    got some ice to sell you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooool View Post
    So they're not demolishing that hideous factory and the large parking lot to the left of this site?
    Believe it or not, there's a school of thought that doesn't think it's hideous...

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    Redpath was a finalist in the Massey Medals for architecture in 1961. It certainly has it moments. One wonders how viable it is in the long term.

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