Wow. If it's that fragile, I wonder why it was chosen for exterior cladding on this project. I assume that there must be some compensating advantage -- greater insulation value?
I went inside today and wandered a bit. The PATH connection is open from the MLS side but not the ACC side. The connection is actually kind of interesting, but I'm curious to see how it'll work when games are on (it's like it's asking for trouble, having the open side overlooking the lobby, but maybe it'll work out okay). There is an absolutely awesome view of 18 York from inside the ACC tho.
It also doesn't feel like there's much to actually do in MLS, which kind of surprised me. I was expecting a huge variety of businesses and activities, but really its much more limited than that.
Nope. They did it because it looks good for a couple years before it starts to deteriorate quickly and they know the buyers are oblivious.
That is a bit cynical, no? Considering that the part that they wrapped with this material is the hotel which they retain ownership of (in partnership with Germain, CF and MLSE).....so the oblivious owners of the deteriorating wrapping are, in fact, themselves who you describe as Smart.....mmmmm....I am picturing Billy Preston singing Will He Go Round in Circles!
Fair point although if you are relying on CF's expertise in these areas then there's really no hope for you.
I suppose I am somewhat dismayed by the rather disappointing street level finishes at the Murano and am unfairly extrapolating that failure to this project by the same developer.