damn, look at those trees!
I went to the sales office couple of weeks ago and was told that occupancy is in the end of January for my unit /podium/. I don't think that is very professional not to inform the buyers that there are changes of the occupancy dates .When's occupancy? Looks like it's still a few months away from being habitable
I cant tell if your are joking or not. What an outrages take. There is no street presence here. It will be nothing like yorkville. Completely cut off from the city. It will be closer to city place the yorkville.It's going to be the most prestigious neighborhood to live or visit in Toronto, definitely will take over Yorkville if they lunch high quality restaurants and lounges , hopefully the last two phases of Aqua projects 'Tridel' to end up stunning.
The area is transforming dramatically.
I cant tell if your are joking or not. What an outrages take. There is no street presence here. It will be nothing like yorkville. Completely cut off from the city. It will be closer to city place the yorkville.
Well none of those things are really minutes away, more like 10s of minutes, which is fine. More importantly all the things you mentioned aren't really that appealing - restaurants, museums, art galleries, theaters, unique retail, distinct cultural communities, BARS!. Those are things I want in my neighbourhood. And until the Gardiner is buried this area will always feel cut off from the city. It will have the same vibe as the other new condo districts (city place, liberty village) - STERILE. This area will never have the street presence, energy, history and life that yorkville does. The east waterfront will still be a successful community. But the yorkville comparison is a bad one.I apologize for the capital letters, the caps lock was on without my intention.
I was so fast