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Regent Park: Daniels DuEast 
225 Sumach Street , Toronto
Developer: The Daniels Corporation
Website: danielsdueast.com/

Regent Park: Daniels DuEast | 96m | 29s | Daniels | Core Architects

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by Stupidandshallow, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. Stupidandshallow

    Stupidandshallow Active Member

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    Block 16S (co-op midrise and market building) CORE architects

    Screen Shot 2017-01-05 at 9.26.17 AM.

    Screen Shot 2017-01-05 at 9.27.18 AM.

    This looks like a re-envisioned apartment building from the '60s.

    I noticed that they have made changes to Phase 3/modified the site plan.

    Old:
    [​IMG]

    What's currently on the TCH website:
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  2. torontologist

    torontologist Active Member

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    Would we call this style.... "neo-commie-block"? :D

    (no criticism intended, I use that term lovingly)
     
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    chicu1981 New Member

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    Where do i get the original pdf submission to the city?
     
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    The colonnade is a nice gesture along the street front - I quite like that aspect. Looks like it could still use some refining overall but there are some nice details / design language at work here.
     
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    Those renderings look great.
     
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    I calculated the height of this as being in the high 90m range, not 104m. Am I missing something?
     
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    94.65m according to the plans on the city site
     
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    I get 95.95 metres.

    Ground level is 86.5 metres. Top of the Roof is 181.45, then there's another parapet wall 1 metre high, for a structural top of 182.45.

    Rounds to 315 feet.

    42
     
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    Something tells me that Daniels have dome much better with Regent Park that what Concord did with City Place.
    What do you think guys?
     
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  12. AlvinofDiaspar

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    You mean the developer have done better financially? Not sure - but RP has certainly served as a better model for (re)developing large sites close to the core.

    AoD
     
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    Apples to Oranges.
     
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  14. kweku

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    Yes Alvin, The Regent Park has been converted into a much livable community but at the same time, the buildings architectural merits suit that area much much better that how City Place buildings fit a very important core of the city.
     
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    Compared with CityPlace, the new parts of Regent Park look like the more attractive neighbourhood from a city-building perspective. The buildings in the new Regent Park are more varied in terms of architecture. There are more community amenities like athletic and recreation facilities. The streetscapes look better with more variety in pavements and landscaping. It's a better contemporary city neighbourhood than CityPlace.
     
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