Discussion in 'Buildings' started by AlvinofDiaspar, Sep 6, 2006.
From Downtown East York Community Council:
Wow, that's a new one, it would be great to see something like that starting to fill all those parking lots east of downtown.
It appears that ground level consists of 'live-work' units instead of straight retail. I would rather see retail as it would probably animate the street better.
I don't think retail would be that successful along Adelaide.
I agree....Adelaide is a total traffic sewer in this section. It's fairly unpleasant to walk along (let alone stroll along). Same with Richmond around this area.
From the Toronto East York Community Council:
It's down to 19 stories now.
Unless it gets reduced to 6 stories, my view is gone! I'm moving in July anyway!
Adelaide & Sherbourne - 29s proposal
While walking along Adelaide just east of Sherbourne, I noticed an application for a 29 storey residential building. Is there already a thread about this?
Nice to see a developer get approval BEFORE opening a sales office (Leslieville Lofts anyone?). Between this building, East, Rezen and The Modern on Richmond, this neighbourhood will be adding 1,000+/- new units in the next 3 years. That's alot of inventory.
Don't forget the new King East condos!
Just five years ago The Richmond was the only major condo in the area. Crazy how fast things have changed.
Vu ~ 500 units.
Don't forget the city housing across from the Sun building plus the Distillery District.
Eeek forgot about Vu! I had better sell my unit at Kings Court before the market is glutted by all this inventory! I've got a couple of years...