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543 Yonge (CentreCourt, ?s, ?)

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Realnet reports 50% sale of this small office building to Centrecourt with the LCBO in it.
Sale includes:
543 Yonge Street
547 Yonge Street
549 Yonge Street

MODS - I didn't see an existing thread, but feel free to delete if there is one.
 

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That's all one building with a couple of convenience addresses:

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Why, does this look pretty to you?
God help us all if a developer tries to do a Five or a 1 Yorkville type of project and incorporates the old stuff with the new:rolleyes:

Actually, that building has already been restored.. so yes I hope they leave these alone.

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Why, does this look pretty to you?
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God help us all if a developer tries to do a Five or a 1 Yorkville type of project and incorporates the old stuff with the new:rolleyes:

Let it be another developer. Avoid large assemblages. That is all I meant. A street that takes on the narrow form of Massey Tower instead of what we are seeing. (a repeat of Bay Street)
 

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Isn't it clear by now that Yonge Street as we have known is essentially gone?
 

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The bottom line is this section will get cleaned up with a highrise or two and preserving those old buildings. My question is does anyone have an idea how high they would allow a structure to go up in this area with this assembled properties ?
 

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My question is does anyone have an idea how high they would allow a structure to go up in this area with this assembled properties ?

I doubt you will get anything over 200 meters, as mentioned by maestro regarding the Massey Tower in a smaller property, that was an exception
if they assemble a couple more bldgs. to the north they might get 170-180 meters, just this maybe a Halo
 

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Why, does this look pretty to you?

God help us all if a developer tries to do a Five or a 1 Yorkville type of project and incorporates the old stuff with the new:rolleyes:

Why do you do this in every single thread?
 

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Five and One Yorkville are similar but also very different to me. Five works. One Yorkville's composition leans towards the odd side. I still appreciate the converted rowhouses being preserved as the podium of the tower.
 

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