Wow, more than 1/3 sold already? How does one go about getting such preview access to developments like these? I've had my eye on this project, and it seems the earliest information I could get is from agents offering "preview" access this coming weekend, and even then, no information on pricing/floorplans yet. Clearly, with a third of the units sold already, there's gotta be a better way... what's the secret?South side and it's already more than 1/3 sold. The model looks great and I got the photos of the f&f opening this past Saturday, put one up on my site.
So far no one's saying anything about that lcbo--but it's certainly a prime site for a condo. Mind you, at least 2 more condos are launching along this strip sometime this year or next year, perhaps more to come?
OMG, seriously ?!?
now kitchen will be part of the entry hallway; and bedroom dimensions will be fudged to include the depth of the closet because only half closets will be standard, otherwise it will be 9ft x 9ft.
of all the floorplans that were there, only 1 would be 'adequate'; however, even that one has 2 columns in the middle of the LR.
Yes, it is true that pre-sales have been very strong.
Having the opportunity to attend a pre-launch event is something virtually anyone can do with any of the projects I represent. Simply register through the project's official website, which is always linked from my website. Everyone who did so was invited to book a preview appointment - and they are assigned based on date of registration. So there are no tricks!
The grand opening should be held in the coming weeks, and ten_eighteen I'm sorry you didn't register. The preview event is now overbooked with a waiting list. Sorry
Great things ahead for Dundas West...
Hello - there's actually "a bit of everything" left, from some compact one bedrooms to larger 1+den, and some 2 bedrooms. Abacus is really a small development - there are only 39 lofts in the building, but there's a good mix of lofts left. And yes, showroom is open thurs+fri 5-8 and weekends.And that begs the question, what is left?