Kingsett has bought up most of downtown Yonge in recent years. They most certainly have the bombs/baseballs to do this if they wanted. i agree with @insertnamehere the income stream makes me think they would build this where they would normally flip to a condo builder. I'm also curious, with...
I agree. Is it also possible from those images that they are somewhat placeholders? I mean we don't have the site plan drawings yet do we? Also, could this not be flipped to a different developer, or would Kingsett build this as rentals on their own? I should have asked Jon Love in the...
Which engineering issues did you think were impossible? (No need to add the you are so gullible part. I really think that takes away from what many see as your excellent contributions to the forum. Everyone has their expertise in different areas. :)
Why do you think it looks like it's being dismantled? Perhaps they are just changing the gauge of the driver? (I'm not sure about terminology, but with the permits just actioned, why would they be dismantling?)
It certainly feels like an essential good, although I don't have any idea how close to the cap we are for internet distribution in Toronto. (Not my field.)
I have questions about that very interesting looking art installation. I wonder if that moves as you move along the side of the building...
Closed sale as of April 8, 2020. Purchase by Madison for both 114 Church and 59 Richmond.
Madison Group - Developer
Unless I am missing something, it seems the rezoning predated the actual purchase of the lands here, or perhaps the APS was...
Interesting, I don't see those shape cues, but I do think the old and new look great together so far. The new part isn't overpowering, which is a problem found on many new builds I think where an old podium is incorporated.