Another thread somewhere on this site indicated Concord is being sued based on some foundational cracks of sorts in an older Cityplace building.
The Park Place Discovery buildings have been topped up awhile ago but there's been a long delay to start moving people in. Can there be something to do with the state of the foundation or settling of the buildings that's causing this delay as well?
Last edited by Wildymyst; 2011-Aug-24 at 11:48.
will concord be passing the extra costs to the owners when they close?!?!?!?!?
All the fences have been removed around the site.
Still a fair amount of exterior work to be done.
You cannot not walk down to the Townhouse as you will be stop by security.
All the sidewalks are in place with landscaping taking place.
Great update! Love to see ground-level shots like that.
Those standalone townhomes are building C right? I think they are part of Discovery 2, so looks like everything is basically built. Does anyone know if there are any units in those townhomes left for sale and if so how much they are?
i love how concord park place looks like its about a 10-15 minute walk to downtown in the picture. And lots of trees, not many buildings, and of course theres the highway, yes!
Some search for the time but dont know it, the earthly time piece on your wrist wont show it.
A big plus i think is prime location for transit. Both TTC and GO. So possibly good rental income. Oh and Ikea is just steps away so you can save on delivery.
Here's an aerial view I took of my balcony of what's been completed thus far. It's shaping up alright, soon as the developments done it'll really change up the environment.
Mrs. RRR and I made our first trip to the Leslie IKEA in I don't know how long, and I was quite impressed with how this project has turned out. If I was a North York hospital employee (or IKEA lifer, if there is such a person), I'd seriously consider this condo -- walk to work, but drive to play. It would be the mirror image of a Riverdale lifestyle, but I think it'll be a great opportunity for local workers.