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Core Condos 
Shuter and Dalhousie , Toronto
Developer: CentreCourt


Core Condos | 84m | 24s | CentreCourt | P + S / IBI

AlbertC

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http://architectureunfolded.com

Mysteriously vague project I just found on architecture unfolded's portfolio. It's placed right after (Cityzen and Fernbrook's) Ion Condos, so I assume it's a current proposal (?). Anyone have any info on this potential project?





 

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There was a similar proposal for the site at the NE corner of Jarvis/Shuter, no?
 

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The yellow townhouses in the rendering matches the ones there in that location on Google Maps. Looks like this should be the proposal.
 
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Yay, more "we'll make a rectangular box interesting by tinkering with the balconies."
 

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Sort of reminds me of 1 Bloor East, in terms of the approach to the balconies.
 

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Queensgate appears to be a pure suburban low-rise house builder with no notable, previous condo experience. This is a pretty lame design at the moment but tolerable in context of its location. And is still decent height and infill.
 
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64-70 Shuter Street (29s)

Strange..are they really up to demolishing those historical structures......http://goo.gl/maps/eG7V

64 SHUTER ST
OPA / Rezoning 12 193153 STE 27 OZ Ward 27
- Tor & E.York Jun 14, 2012 --- --- --- ---
redevelopment of the existing proerties municpally known as 64-70 Shuter street for the prupsoes of a new mixed use building , 29 stories above grade complete with 227 dwelling units and ground floor related retail. 84 parking spaces for residents are proposed to be provided in a below grade parking facility.


Mods this might be related, if so please merge............http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/showthread.php/18169-Shuter-Street-Condos-(-Dalhousie-Queensferry-Dev-33s-architecture-unfolded)
 
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not that I want to keep any building on Shuter street, but can't they develop downtown's largest parking lot just on the other side of the street before demolishing existing buildings?
That parking lot looks like it is for Disneyland, not in downtown of a major city.

there is another big lot just west of it by Church as well.
 

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These look a lot like Georgian townhouses. The one on the left, having been buchered, may be demolished.

Though they aren't the most attractive buildings, it's a shame as their demolition will mean the further fragmentation of whatever heritage is left in the area.
 

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