Elevations are still fairly basic. Curious to see how these evolve in SPA. Will probably be simple as this is not a luxury condo market.
Great to see this now includes a nearly 10,000 SF park adjacent to the existing park on the hydro corridor and the developer will be building it out ("above base park improvements") so it will be finished nicely. The original application did not include a park at all.
With Greywood's projects across the street, and the Flea Market just west of here having been purchased recently, and the opening of Nation's Fresh in RioCan's Stockyards, and the planned Smart Track station, St. Clair widening, Davenport extension etc. etc. this little area is suddenly looking very interesting.
The new signage flanking St Clair West and Old Weston Rd for this site brings a feeling of freshness and excitement IMO. I mean, with the library getting built a few doors down and Scoop across the street, it feels like things are changing quickly. Scout Condos is there as well.
Towers we’ve got in the hundreds. Low-rise abounds in every direction. What’s missing in Toronto is mid-rise buildings, those four- to 12-storey structures that can serve any purpose, residential and commercial included. It’s not that they don’t exist; they do, of course, and in large numbers...
They keep calling an 11 storey midrise building the “missing middle” when that is not what missing middle means. Missing middle is the low to medium density less than midrise but more than SFH.