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51 Camden Street | 45m | 13s | Carbon Hospitality | Shim-Sutcliffe

AlbertC

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Upcoming development for the SE corner of Camden & Brant. Currently this: https://goo.gl/maps/7gzuh

The adjacent property to the south is Brad Lamb's Brant Park condos.

http://www.joecressy.com/march_e_news_1

Pre-application consultation - 51 Camden St. and 19 Duncan St.

Date: Thursday April 7th
Time: 6-8p.m.
Location: Metro Hall (55 John Street), Rm. 308/309

6pm - Presentation on 51 Camden St.
7pm - Presentation on 19 Duncan St.
 

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Anyone know how far down Camden this project will go? Is it just the building on the corner of Camden and Brant?
 

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It may be the entire block--sounds like it'll also be more than just condos here--perhaps a boutique hotel?!

I just woke up from a dream where the design of this site featured prominently. Neo-deco bronze-metal hotel on the corner with curved corner and 2 reddish-brown brick residential masses to the east--looked very DuKe meets RC3.
 

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Shim Sutcliffe?? This should be very good
 

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whaaaaaaat?! This is going to be good. Real good. Every project Shim-Sutcliffe has delivered has been fantastic, I'm excited to see how they handle multi-family residential.
 

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It's a 13-storey hotel Fibonacci - nonetheless pretty exciting
 

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Some of you will probably say I'm barking mad, but looking at the architect's portfolio I'd love to see a design that incorporates wood somehow. You really don't see too many tall modern buildings making use of it, which is a shame because it's such a timeless, impactful material.
 

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I can't remember the last time I had so much excitement over a blurry little Twitter pic. So intrigued to see what Shim-Sutcliffe do here; and it already has a handsome neighbour in the Brant Park midrise next door.
 

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