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1 Yorkville 
1 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
Developer: Bazis, Plaza

1 Yorkville | 183m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli | Page 52

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by cruzin4u, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. innsertnamehere

    innsertnamehere Superstar

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    I believe we are on to regular floors now, no? Hopefully this starts to finally pick up some speed now.
     

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    As seen from last few photos by WillWu today, the FlyingTables are now being utilized! They seem to be starting Table-Form/Flying-Form (something TMG builder specialize in),... hence concrete forming should progress at about 1 floor every 1-1.5 weeks,.... thus, I would expect this project to top out in early-Spring 2019 and complete by around Summer-Fall 2019. And then Bazis will ride off into the sunset back to Kazakhstan.
    http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread...york-mills-bazis-planning.23608/#post-1270294
     
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    Is that before or after this?

    http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/threads/11-yorkville-avenue-bazis-s.27953/
     
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    A quick one from today

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    Yesterday morning

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    Today. mmexport1509979547866. mmexport1509979543215. mmexport1509979538454.
     
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    This is my first post, but I have been a frequent reader of the forum.
    Over the last few years I have worked with several developers and I will try to share with you of what I have learned and I will try to correct some of misstatements that I see from time to time.

    Like the one from Sunnyraytoronot, the flying table that are being used were not invented by TMG, they were invented by Aluma systems which was owned by Tridel many years age.
    Each of the forming company rents or buys the table from Aluma systems.
    Now that project hit the typical floor they should be able to do 1 floor every 5 days, depending on the weather.
     
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    Well,... then I don't stand corrected,... since I stated:

    http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread...-rosario-varacalli.19292/page-52#post-1271034
     
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    From this morning...

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  11. Automation Gallery

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    Nice:cool:, i figured and stated in previous posts that they would strip everything to the shell from inside these structures, after all only the facades are worth saving
     
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    We have said a number of times that the first several metres of those buildings are being saved, not just the facades!

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  13. Automation Gallery

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    Yes i know that, these buildings will be intact with the facades and walls to where the new building ties in
    structurally it will not be touched but everything else inside will be tossed

    Just saying this is not happening

     
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    last I checked the interior brick walls are still there.. Though yes, I was in error with the wooden interiors being retained.
     
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    Yes the walls are still there, ..i did these type of renos for over 20 yrs and know that it doesn't pay to keep anything except the walls, its easier, faster and cheaper to do a gut job and start from scratch,
    again it's mostly done in buildings that have no interior value which in this case is most of the 2-3 storey old buildings on Yonge street
     
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