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Two Gladstone
2 Gladstone Ave., Toronto
Developer: Streetcar Developments, Dream (formerly Dundee Realty)

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    Is that the property Brad Lamb bought? I read his twitter feed that said he'd just bought land in WQW.
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  2. Default Pdi

    We had our PDI here today and our unit looked amazing. We move in a week and a half.
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    Streetcar raised the maintenance from 0.47 to 0.52 and no one has moved in yet.

    Also they raised the parking maintenance and locker maintenance.

    How can they raise the maintenance before anyone has moved in yet?

  4. Default Nice building but Streetcar's customer service is horrible

    Been living in the building the last few months, it's nice that they built it so quickly but there's all sorts of problems with the workmanship inside. If you need to get anything fixed, good luck with that, you'll be waiting for weeks just for someone at Streetcar to get back to you. It seems like Streetcar is in over their heads, building more projects than they can handle. Their staff love to pass the buck, or just plain ignore you when something in your unit is not working. If they don't get their act together, soon their reputation will be just as bad as urbancorp. I wouldn't recommend buying from Streetcar unless you have a good lawyer and lots of time to fight them in order to get your unit fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wandabun View Post
    We had our PDI here today and our unit looked amazing. We move in a week and a half.

    nice to see extended upper cabinets vs the standard 30" with a huge gap of wasted space on above

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    Your kitchen looks very nice.

    The stainless steel tile backsplash, undermount sink, extended upper cabinets, under cabinet lighting, gas cooking, full size fridge and range... all great features that all developers should offer, but unfortunately don't.
    Wandabun, is that a standard kitchen or you had to do some upgrades?

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    Sorry to necro this thread, but I've been looking at units in this building. They're nice, but does anyone know why the maintenance fees in the building are so high, considering it has few amenties?

    They seem to have jumped from arounf $0.50 a square foot to $0.73 a square foot in 2 years, which is a steep climb.

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