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M5V Condominiums 
375 King Street West, Toronto
Developer: Lifetime Developments, TAS

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Discussion in 'Real Estate - Individual Project Threads' started by sam1025, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. zeeden

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    actually currently in the 10 day recission period.
     
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    Thanks for your insight. I understand exactly what you mean about the flow of the unit. The walk in closet sticks out. I was thinking of cutting the whole walking close and moving the wall south of the bedroom up to make room for a builit-in closet.

    Then this way it will create a door east of the bedroom instead of where the lr/dr is.
     
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    The same unit (720 sq ft) on the 5th floor is priced at $359,900, which is $500 psf. what do you think of this deal? they are asking only 5% down
     
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    sorry, i'm not following ... can you illustrate what you mean?
     
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    anyone know if the area behind the closet is a structural wall, or it's thick b/c of the plumbing for W/D?
     

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    that wasted space as you call it can be easily a good place for the dining table, I like it
     
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    that would be a bad decision b/c your dining area would be in the middle of the traffic flow pattern and 2 ft from the W/D and bathroom doors.
     
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    Wow that was exactly what I was talking about and QUICK as well! How are you guys doing this? haha

    My girlfriend doesn't like this layout because she says "why would anyone want to eat in front of the washroom" haha but this opens up the unit so much more. I'm sure many others have their dining near their washroom because of the limited space.
     
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    why not? this is not a house, it is a small condo for a single or a couple max. a beautiful small dining table with a stylish chandelier will look really nice. and use the other entire space for the living room.
     
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    As someone obsessed with efficiency, I always dine in the bathroom!:)
     
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