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115-117 Erb St E | 40m | 12 fl | Proposed
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94 units
140 bedrooms
12 storeys in front, 6 in back
1.19 parking spaces/units

City of Waterloo project information page
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Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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This right next to Waterpark Place, for those trying to figure out where this is located.
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This is rental?
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(11-05-2017, 07:03 PM)panamaniac Wrote: This is rental?

The documents describe it as a "residential apartment building" so I think you are correct.
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Basically at Erb and Moore, for those who are like me, and couldn't exactly picture it.
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(11-06-2017, 11:34 AM)Markster Wrote: Basically at Erb and Moore, for those who are like me, and couldn't exactly picture it.

Across the street from the Heartland Farm Mutual building. Smile
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I am only slightly joking, but in situations like this, my question of clarification is always "which neighbourhood assotiation is it which will be leading the charge of opposition?"
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This time there are no single-family home neighbours! Waterpark Place on one side and behind, and a triplex (I think) on the other side.  A commercial building on the other side of the street.

And the variances they are asking for are quite minimal.
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I want to agree with you, but there is only one neighbour to the proposal for Roger and Moore, and a great proximity to LRT, and it's a much smaller/shorter proposal, and it's still been panned by its nearby residents, so...
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(11-06-2017, 03:38 PM)Viewfromthe42 Wrote: I am only slightly joking, but in situations like this, my question of clarification is always "which neighbourhood assotiation is it which will be leading the charge of opposition?"

MANA is the answer you're looking for. Also the property line will border the backyard for a number of single families on Moore. Not to mention all the single family homes sight lines of the Waterpark Place. I would expect traffic concerns from any homes on Tweed as well, since that would be the major access for westbound traffic.
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