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Jasonzed

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https://thehuron.ca/

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CONDO-STYLE AMENITIES
Gym / Yoga Studio
Games Room
Bike Parking
Shared Outdoor Amenity Space with BBQ area
Kids Playground
Exclusive Rooftop Lounge
Storage Lockers
HIGH-END FINISHES IN EACH SUITE INCLUDE:
In-Suite Laundry with Washer & Dryer
Air Conditioning
Private Balcony or Patio
 

drum118

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Council will rubber stamping this project ASP, as it meet the 6s height they love seeing. Then, look where it is.
 

Jasonzed

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Basically, this whole area should be levelled and reimagined. The street (Shepard Av.) behind these apartments can be included in the redevelopment. The old houses are basically in disrepair or boarded-up but they are on large lots with plenty of large mature trees; there is nothing there that is worth saving. I suspect the land owners are waiting for a developer to come along to buy them out. Cooksville needs a lot of work especially between the QEW and the Cooksville GO station but if the LRT gets cancelled it will take decades before we see any real change.



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Anastasia

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^ Jasonzed, I believe some of the houses you identified in the red outlined area above are among the houses that have been identified to be bought by the City create a "Central Park" in this area, which has historically been prone to flooding from Cooksville Creek.
 

Transportfan

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I'm surprised there are so many semi rural houses still there. Definitely something you don't see in an old suburban area in Toronto.