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

M5V Condominiums | 119m | 35s | Lifetime | Core Architects | Page 6

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

  1. avenue4

    avenue4 Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    I've been reading through this thread, some great discussion. I hope sales are going well.
     
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  2. circuitboy84

    circuitboy84 Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    "Just Under 25% Sold"

    I thought that most towers sell the majority of their units when they first launch sales?
     
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  3. joeto11

    joeto11 Guest

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    I think people might want to wait till this is approved before buying. I do like this tower!
     
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  4. Mike in TO

    Mike in TO Guest

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    It is very rare for that to happen. Also the condo market isn't as hot today as it has been in the last year or two. It is still strong, but a lot of sales offices are reporting slower traffic and developers are getting a little more cautious.
     
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  5. AndrewJM3D

    AndrewJM3D Guest

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    I preferred it in its original form. What happened to the apex on it? It used to have more style with it awning and resembled Lumier, I've gone from loving it to caring less if it gets built.
     
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  6. Bogtrotter

    Bogtrotter Guest

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    Facade elements that extend up beyond the roofline seem to be all the rage this year.
     
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  7. Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Who the devil:evil will live in that red, windowless apartment half way up the building?
     
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  8. Mike in TO

    Mike in TO Guest

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    Babel,

    The red section is a high efficiency mechanical room located at mid-point in the building (on the 15th and 16th floors).
     
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  9. Bogtrotter

    Bogtrotter Guest

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    ^what are the rates?
     
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  10. Mike in TO

    Mike in TO Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    Prices (I have these)? or details on the mech room (I don't have these)?
     
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  11. Bogtrotter

    Bogtrotter Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    What does the mech room do?
     
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  12. mark simpson

    mark simpson Guest

    Re: M5V - the developer's turn

    ^^sucks 'n blows like the best $5 hooker
     
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  13. Tuscani01

    Tuscani01 Guest

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    Houses everything that would normally go on the roof.
     
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  14. lazarus

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    Well, it looks like M5V is almost 60% sold.
    I went by the showroom and was told they are scheduled to break ground in February of 2008. I have doubts that they will be complete by the proposed November 2009 move in date.
    My girlfriend bought a unit in this building so I will be taking photos that i will post here as it is being constructed.
    I like the M5V building and it find it refreshing after looking at all the grey concrete Freed buildings that are going up in my hood (Bathurst & King W).
    I do hope that the TTC realizes that the population density is growing exponentially along King West and adds more streetcars.
    Has anyone else bought in M5V?
     
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  15. Jayomatic

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    I'm curious to see if they actually break ground. Last I remembered, they still don't have planning approval.
     
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