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Tableau Condominiums 
117 Peter St., Toronto
Developer: Urban Capital Property Group, Malibu Investments, ALIT Developments


Tableau Condos (Urban Capital, Malibu Investments, Alit Developments) - Real Estate -

djjuny

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Does anyone think it will affect the sales negatively?
 

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^Maybe. But I think most people buying here are investors....so why would they care? lol. On the flipside, look at all those expensive condos going up in the DES Vancouver--the Woodwards development for example. More important is to keep in mind the fact the NW views will be blocked by that huge Allied Reit office building, and eventually, the Queen&Soho parking lot will be redeveloped, and of course the old Joker site will be a highrise condo.

Here's another photo showing the south side of the model from today's sales launch: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=15278608&id=186496000051#!/photo.php?pid=15278608&id=186496000051&fbid=10150279691325052 and the Richmond St side: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=15278605&id=186496000051

Looks good!
 
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Oh, Urban Capital. You and your teeny, tiny 3 bedrooms and even smaller living areas that will make people go insane. Least it comes with a locker to set up a sofa and tv and coffee table.
 

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Oh, Urban Capital. You and your teeny, tiny 3 bedrooms and even smaller living areas that will make people go insane. Least it comes with a locker to set up a sofa and tv and coffee table.
I think if they weren't forced to include 3 bed units in the project by the city, they'd probably do a better job with the layouts. That unit looks like a rooming house. All is not lost, though. You could easily knock down the wall to the smaller bedroom and open up the space. I still have to LOL at that tiny kitchen for a 3bed unit and where it's situated.
 

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