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Sixty Colborne Condos 
60 Colborne Street, Toronto
Developer: Freed Developments, Carttera Private Equities

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Discussion in 'Real Estate - Individual Project Threads' started by cdr108, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. cdr108

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    Is there an award out there for poorest collection of unit layouts, out there? There should be.
    This one could nail it easy.

    That first one (1300+) unit is just bizarre. Did they make a mistake drawing this up? Should that massive kitchen not be where the livingroom is. They both are about the same square feet. Perhaps the kitchen could have been placed where that odd shaped dining room is?
    And the rest of the units.. Linear kitchens (arrgghh!) abutting very small living spaces. Who lives like this at these prices??

    Beautiful building though. Great location. If you bought here to live here, then sooner or later you got to go inside and hang your hat.
     
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    Creative use of the term "walk in closet" on many of the floorplans. There should almost be a rule that states that a true walk in closet can still be walked in even after there are clothes inside. Sexy building though!
     
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    why do the main entry doors swing the wrong way ???
    and what's the purpose of having 2 entries to a bedroom (714 sq.ft. - 2 bedroom unit) when closing one off would double the closet space.
     
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