|71 ft / 22 m||7 storeys||!|
|Status: Pre-Construction||Completion: TBD|
Hardwood and laminate is often laid through out the main living spaces, including the kitchen in most condo developments.Developer said "There are no more tiles on the floor, even in kitchen" All floor is wood.
Tiles still still on bathroomHardwood and laminate is often laid through out the main living spaces, including the kitchen in most condo developments.
It looks better when the floors are continuous. It's also not so much of a maintenance issue, you just have to wipe spills and water right away before it gets into the seams. I'm not really sold on laminate floors in the kitchen though as they are not as forgiving as wood.
Did this developer also mean no more tiles even in the bathroom?
That's unheard of and asking for trouble. Tarion probably won't approve of this.
Most mirrored sliding doors look cheap, unless they are the European ones that are frameless or have a thin low profile anodized aluminum frame.According to the TWENTY designer, the "luxury" condo will not have the mirrored doors for closets, even one near the entrance. That is so cheap attitude.
Agree with TheKingEast. Things like amenities, maintenance fees, the Metro were all well known. I live in the Carnaby, and I'm absolutely loving it right now.Streetcar's quality issues are well known. Your saving grace is the units tend to be priced a bit less than standard prices so there's that.
Some of your issues are common condo issues. Condos now are built like shit. Hope things work out for you.
A lot of your grievances could have been easily researched though. A lot of this stuff is common for brand new condos and you should have known Metro would be there. I'd say the benefits of a grocery store at your door far outweigh the negatives.