St Lawrence Condos at 158 Front | 91.44m | 26s | Cityzen | architectsAlliance

TheSix

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Loving the brick cladding on this one. So nice to see in a sea of glass.
Agreed, I love the brick cladding. But this building is hardly among a sea of glass. Most buildings/podiums in the area are actually brick I believe?

As for the choice of grey brick, I'm on the fence. Waiting to see how the podium interacts with the tower cladding before making a final call. But so far it is promising.
 

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Agreed, I love the brick cladding. But this building is hardly among a sea of glass. Most buildings/podiums in the area are actually brick I believe?
Maybe not this area specifically but in terms of the majority of condo developments around the downtown core.
 

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Rising pretty quickly now that we're onto the tower component. If they continue the quality of glazing from the podium, then this will end up being a rather solid project overall.
This is gonna be like beauty and the beast when looking across the street at 'Time & Space'.
 

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I feel for the people who own the apartments right under those overhangs. They aren't going to get any light! It's a nice building, but that particular gimmick was not a good idea.
 

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