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Streetsville Plaza Redevelopment (Queen St. Mississauga, DeZen, 6x3+7x7+3x8, ?)

Jasonzed

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Stumbled upon these two renderings...
Any news on this development?
http://www.dailycommercialnews.com/cgi-bin/top10.pl?rm=show_top10_project&id=867ad4ba6dcb07a0163c12a963ee70995254280d&projectid=9070848&region=ontario

This is part of the development...

RETIREMENT, CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT Proj: 9070848-14
Mississauga, Peel Reg ON NEGOTIATED/PLANS COMPLETE
Tannery Village, Phase 1, Tannery St, Queen St, S of Brittania Ave, L5M
$37,000,000 est
Start: March, 2013 Complete: September, 2014
Note: Working drawings are complete. Building permit application has been submitted and is pending approval. Construction start is anticipated spring 2013. Sub trades will be retained through an invited process. See report number 9100609 for phase two.
Project: structural steel frame, fuel fired heating system, construction of a 130-unit, six-storey retirement building and a 56-unit, four-storey condominium building.
Scope: 255,000 square feet; 6 storeys; 2 structures; 186 units
Development: New
Category: Apartment bldgs
First report Tue Sep 11, 2007. Last report Mon Aug 27, 2012.
This report Tue Nov 27, 2012.
 

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I'm not a fan of faux-historic designs. Leave history to history. Build modern buildings. The old buildings in Streetsville now were once modern in their time too.
 

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I'm not a fan of faux-historic designs. Leave history to history. Build modern buildings. The old buildings in Streetsville now were once modern in their time too.
Buildings are buildings. However, having buildings surrounded by vast asphalt deserts are no dessert for me. Fake second and third floors are next on my pet peeve development list.
 

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I'm not a fan of faux-historic designs. Leave history to history. Build modern buildings. The old buildings in Streetsville now were once modern in their time too.
A lot of Toronto's best-known landmarks could be considered "faux-historic". Union Station is as much "Greek Revival" as it is "Beaux-Arts".
 
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