Inside, a total of 364 rental units are proposed on levels 2 through 54. These units would be provided in a mix of 154 one-bedroom units with average sizes of 55 m², 162 two-bedroom units with average sizes of 65 m², and 48 three-bedroom units averaging at 89 m².
Yes, they significantly shadow the Metropolitan Church and park just west of the site and they also shadow Moss Park.Aren't they going to shadow the church and park thats beside them with the height that they're asking for?
Neither do most developers. For the most part, REITs aren't in the construction industry and developers aren't in the property management industry. Developers usually build rental buildings with the intent of selling them to an REIT when it's finished. They figure they can make more money selling the whole building to one company than selling each individual unit to a resident or investor.Bazis does not do rental buildings
Same place as every other developer that builds generic apartment buildings? Roy Varacalli isn't some "world-famous architect". He's a guy who designed a few towers, one of which is fairly interesting (but only if you look at it from the right angles - drive down Sheppard West and it looks like a generic tower of poo-coloured cladding and glass).What is Bazis without fame architect Roy Varacalli???