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1197 The Queensway 
1197 The Queensway, Toronto
Developer: Marlin Spring Developments

1197 The Queensway | 49m | 12s | Marlin Spring | Graziani + Corazza

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by urbandreamer, Aug 15, 2017.

  1. urbandreamer

    urbandreamer recession proof

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    This is currently a Burrito Boyz etc.
     
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    Rezoning application filed:
    1197 THE QUEENSWAY
    Ward 05 - Etob. York District

    Proposal to construct a 12 storey mixed-use building containing 159 dwelling units and a total gfa of 13,110 square metres. The proposal provides 347 square metres of retail at grade as well as 3 levels of underground parking.
    Proposed Use --- # of Storeys --- # of Units ---
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    Type Number Date Submitted Status
    Rezoning 17 257307 WET 05 OZ Nov 2, 2017 Under Review
     
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    Architect is Graziani + Corazza:
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    I'm fine with the podium design there, although there are nearly no details fleshed out. I like the square frames: if the windows are inset from that, it creates some texture, whether the frames are precast or metal or another modern material. The top looks bog-standard glass and spandrel, but again, we're not getting any serous detail here yet.

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    Is the mechanical penthouse design a work in progress, or does it represent the very worst in mechanical penthouse architecture: a large and generically clad box which is unrelated to the rest of the building in terms of architecture?
     
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