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Sage 10 Condominiums | 21m | 6 fl | Proposed
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257 Hemlock Street
257-263 HEMLOCK STREET 
IBI Group / In8 Developments Inc. 
It consists of a six-storey residential building with 141 units featuring a total of 151 bedrooms, with 116 one-BR units, and a few bachelor and two-BR units. It will have 40 parking spaces, and the ground floor will consist of 11 street-facing units. 


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#2
I really like the Sage projects, but not going to lie, I can't keep them all straight after 1 and 2
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#3
Seems like a nice building, lots of 1 bed units and reasonable amount of parking.

Not sure I'd want the 4th floor unit with the rally car style jump exit though... Smile
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#4
The design for this one has been tweaked a bit. I like!

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#5
Looks a bit like a clone of the42...
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(01-10-2018, 06:55 PM)Viewfromthe42 Wrote: Looks a bit like a clone of the42...

That's very true. I'm really liking the scale/massing of many of the Northdale projects so far. It's interesting to see that district evolve.
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#7
I think it's a definite improvement on the original. Terraces and glass rather than the random-ish squiggles attempting to add variety.
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