Discussion in 'Buildings' started by urbandreamer, Jan 22, 2011.
Forget you guys....I love it.
Very bland, but the reference to the Tableau podium next door is a nice touch.
Here is more info
122 PETER ST
Ward 20 - Tor & E.York District
Proposed forty-six (46) storey (144.7 metres including mechanical) mixed-use building containing commercial uses on the ground floor. The total combined gross floor area is 27,397 m2. There will be a five (5) storey podium with a forty-one (41) storey tower on top. The building will include 435 residential condominium units and a development density or floor space index (FSI) of approximately 21 times the lot area.
Proposed Use --- # of Storeys --- # of Units ---
Type Number Date Submitted Status
Rezoning 15 255425 STE 20 OZ Nov 23, 2015 Under Review
You know these words may be spot on
But how about rentals in the bottom half and condos on top?
I'd call 'em Checkerboard Condos
Another unique checker board looking rectangle box! I was wondering if any of those Victorian houses on the two streets that broader this development will be saved as heritage buildings ? And if or when will this development start ?
From the April TEYCC:
This tower threatens to dilute the overall quality of this emerging intersection. Hopefully it evolves into something better.
There is not a Peter Clewes designed condo in this city that I'm not impressed with, I'm not too concerned.
Forgot to post, this happened a week or two ago now. Looks pretty cool.
Two new images:
Mural on the existing building / sales centre is by a couple of OCAD students / alum:
It would appear that the owner who didn't sell to Carlyle/Fortress RDI when they were assembling the land for this, now would rather that they bought the half-of-a-semi:
Really nice building and no idea why people are calling it bland.
Because it's more of the same blah! Dislike the street level portion. So cold and uninviting.
So sterile at street level!