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

M5V Condominiums | 119m | 35s | Lifetime | Core Architects | Page 5

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by AlvinofDiaspar, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. Irishmunk

    Irishmunk Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    ^Well done 3D! :rollin
     
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  2. 3Dementia

    3Dementia Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Irishmunk, you called me 3D. Who are you... really? Old school? Fess up.
     
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  3. spasongs

    spasongs Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    That was great 3Dementia!

    On a serious note thoug. The sales office is really well done. I hope that is a pre to the quality of the building itself.
     
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  4. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Love the David Pellettier, crouching in the shrubbery!

    Is this by aA? It looks like a cross between SP!RE and the new Four Seasons hotel/condo.

    As with the scaled back Minto St.Thomas, we'll see a slightly downsized version of this, in the fullness of time, surely? At least it won't be compromised by having dreary facades incorporated, as with the former.
     
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  5. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    I think it's by Core Architects.

    AoD
     
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  6. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    On stylistic grounds?
     
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  7. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    babel:

    I think it's on the city reports for the project.

    AoD
     
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  8. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Awright!:\
     
    #68
  9. mark simpson

    mark simpson Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    and the developer exclusively (or at the very least, almost) uses Core
     
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  10. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    New rendering from the M5V website:

    www.m5vlife.com

    [​IMG]
     
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  11. gbelan

    gbelan Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    nice^i seen a day rendering of that view in sundays sun
     
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  12. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    So has the developer shortened the project or is it hoping to keep the same height given its concerns over profitability if the project is downsized?
     
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  13. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    gbelan posted a month ago on this thread that the "latest rendering" shows it at 30 storeys, so that's presumably what it is going to be.
     
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  14. bizorky

    bizorky Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Tall enough to obscure the view of the Holiday Inn from some angles.


    Nice showroom, too!
     
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  15. Mike in TO

    Mike in TO Guest

    Re: M5V

    Some updates:

    Just under 25% sold
    Parking is $35,000 and only available for units 750sf and up
    Avg psf $475

    Environmental features are very extensive. Also for those wondering what the two storey red box is half way up the towers in the renderings, it's the mechanical room on the 15th and 16th floor (more efficient mid-way up the tower).

    Units can be heavily customized and can even be bought as a concrete shell allowing the buyer unlimited customization and design options. The bi-level penthouses should be spectacular and even offer a glass wall atrium cut down the middle of the units to allow natural light in.
     
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