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One Hundred | 21 & 17 fl | U/C
(12-20-2018, 10:05 AM)Spokes Wrote:
(12-20-2018, 03:18 AM)artembunglito Wrote: 23 sounds like garment because T2 from 100 is supposed to be 21, unless they changed that very last minute, but I don't think so.

edit: Apparently garment is 26 stories now. These guys change their floor numbers wildly during sales process.

This always surprised me.  Don't they usually have approval for a certain number of floors?  What if they sold more floors than they were approved for?

Of course they have approval for a certain number of floors, but if they see sales are going incredibly well then they ask for a variance to add more floors - it has happened on every project here. Usually it's a relatively simple process compared to the lengthy official plan and zoning amendments, site plan application, etc that they already had to go through to get initial approval.

Why not just say Tower 1 =17 floors, Tower 2 = 21 floors, Tower 3 = 28 floors?
(01-08-2019, 10:03 AM)jamincan Wrote: I think there would be less confusion if they adopted a different naming convention. I propose Tower Square, Tower Triangle, and Tower Hexagon.

Wait for the confusion when they decide to build Tower 4 in the old Bramm St yards and Tower 4 become Tower 3 and Tower 3 becomes Tower 5 and Tower five become Tower 4.

Damn, that's a freaking good rumour. That said, their might be some truth to all of that.
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