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Taylor, The COMPLETE 
1220 Dundas St E, Toronto
Developer: Streetcar Developments


Taylor, The COMPLETE | 25m | 8s | Streetcar | TACT Architecture

chriskayTO

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Interesting. I was recently at Streetcar's sales centre for The Carlaw and the sales person warned me that this site could be redeveloped in the future. Of course I knew that before I even walked in there, but I am surprised it's coming so quickly on the heels of The Carlaw, which is just digging down at this point.

I wonder if this is Streetcar, too?
 

chriskayTO

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111 units
40 2-bedroom (36%)
4 3+ bedroom
58 1 bedroom
9 bachelor

I'm happy that this one is focused on larger units, it seems.

Also it appears that there would be shared services with The Carlaw with a shared loading dock and garbage room, and parking access would be through The Carlaw's ramp and garage.
 
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chriskayTO

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I'm sure it's nothing so profound. Probably just how about the suite is TAYLORed to you! or some other marketing nothingspeak.
 

confusion

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Still to be submitted to the city, subject to change after community feedback. Very impressed with Streetcar's respect to their surroundings with this one. Minimal shadowing impact and setbacks are great here. Height is perfect (however some of the residents in last nights meeting disagreed). Sorry for the poor quality photos.




 

chriskayTO

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Thanks for this - I meant to attend, but forgot until it was too late. Any other info gleaned from the meeting?
 

stationcreek

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......That marketing rendering is terrible. Can't even see the materials or building. Are they trying to hide the architecture?
 

confusion

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Are they trying to hide the architecture?
I would assume there isn't better material available because a development proposal hasn't even been submitted to the city yet. They are still at the community consultation stage.

Actually, I respect them for giving out this much material so early on.
 

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