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Thread: 48 Power Street (current Sing Tao Daily site, Great Gulf/Hullmark, 21s, TACT)

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    Default 48 Power Street (current Sing Tao Daily site, Great Gulf/Hullmark, 21s, TACT)

    Thx to tip from urbanation, this listing http://www.dtzbarnicke.com/Client/JJ...a!OpenDocument has sold to Great Gulf.
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    Nice! My guess would be a fine mid-rise similar to Lamb's King East.

    Here's an aerial shot showing this site from that listing.

    Last edited by AlbertC; 2012-Apr-17 at 17:33.

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    Default 48 Power Street (Great Gulf, ?, ?)

    tweeted by @Urbanation today, something new from Great Gulf...

    Great Gulf Homes will launch a condo project at 48 Power Steet near King Street East & Parliament Street in early 2013:
    http://www.greatgulf.com/comingsoon
    When I'm not on UT, I am a Mississauga real estate agent ....check out my site here!

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    Quadrangle Architects.
    Canadian architecture I like: http://renderpornstar.com/

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    Not Quadrangle.

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    Let me check my "top secret documents" again. You may be right & I'm thinking of their Yonge & Victoria sites. And their King & Parliament site.

    GG sure got bullish in 2011...the Year of the Rabbit sure trapped a lot of people, eh?
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    love it how urbandreamer seems to drop into every new thread now, and claim that every new project is by quadrangle...
    check out my future toronto renders, complete with colour coding of the stages of construction!

    http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/showthr...ronto-3d-model

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    Yeah clearly I've been spying on Quadrangle...

    That's how I get my tips: I go through all the architect's trash. Yes I am a garbage man.
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    Hullmark working with GG here.




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    Power Condos is the project name.
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    They should buy the whole block and be done with it. It will be a lot easier to build as one site than 2 or 3.
    Due Time restriction, visit my site https://www.flickr.com/photos/drum118/ to see updated photos of projects shot the last few weeks since I don't have the time to post them to various threads.
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    Considering GG's partnership with Hullmark here, I wonder if this project will include a notable commercial component to replace the existing office/employment space.

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    http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...derRsn=3369283

    48 POWER ST
    Ward 28 - Tor & E.York District

    Application for a 22 storey mixed use building containing street related uses and residential dwelling uses above. The building will be composed of a 6 storey podium and an additional 16 storeys above. A residential gross floor area of 29, 350 square metres is proposed with 1,114 square metres of retail uses at grade. The building will contain a total of 431 units, 204 parking spaces and 439 bicycle parking spaces. The existing building at 125 Parliament Street currently contains 12 rental apartment units. All 12 units are proposed t be replaced within the newly constructed building.

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    Thanks for the pics! Nice to finally see the rendering and the proposed building. It's difficult to tell if the render people are happy here.

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