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Duke Tower Kitchener | 33fl | U/C
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Duke Tower Kitchener

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(02-09-2018, 03:57 PM)LesPio Wrote: Another application for a 33-storey mixed-use building has also been submitted by IN8 Developments Inc., for the corner of Duke and Frederick Street.

Trinity United site, presumably.
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(02-09-2018, 04:06 PM)KevinL Wrote:
(02-09-2018, 03:57 PM)LesPio Wrote: Another application for a 33-storey mixed-use building has also been submitted by IN8 Developments Inc., for the corner of Duke and Frederick Street.

Trinity United site, presumably.

Probably Trinity plus the building with the Exclamation restaurant. That would be a nice project, and an excellent location, too.
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(02-09-2018, 03:57 PM)LesPio Wrote: Kitchener's east end will have a highrise view

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-...-1.4526481

Here's an interesting piece of unrelated information from the article.

Another application for a 33-storey mixed-use building has also been submitted by IN8 Developments Inc., for the corner of Duke and Frederick Street.

IN8 has to date only done progressively more interesting projects in the student area, nice to see them expanding that experience to other neighbourhoods.
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I'd love to learn more details about this IN8 project.
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#5
I assume it must be for the corner with Exclamation Point?
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(02-11-2018, 09:34 AM)rangersfan Wrote: I assume it must be for the corner with Exclamation Point?

It won't be the courthouse, or the cenotaph, and unlikely to be Market Square, so Exclamation is the logical conclusion.
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Is it known whether the building on the corner is part of the redevelopment site? IE, did the church own it?
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Thread name is a place holder until further details are known.

Location: 74 Frederick St, Kitchener, Ontario
Developer: IN8 Developments Inc
Project: 33 storey mixed use development

Articles related to the pending sale/redevelopment on Trinity United Church.
https://www.therecord.com/news-story/796...kitchener/
https://www.therecord.com/news-story/753...wn-church/


Meeting minutes from Trinity United Church with details relating to the sale of the site at 74 Frederick St to IN8 Developments:
https://www.trinityunitedkw.ca/board-age...th-meeting
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#9
Wait, THIRTY-THREE storeys? Wow, that's a big one.
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(02-11-2018, 01:24 PM)KevinL Wrote: Wait, THIRTY-THREE storeys? Wow, that's a big one.

Yeah....if everything goes according to plan, DTKitchener is going to be one handsome DT.
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#11
Is $3.5 million for 0.28 hectares ($12.4 million per hectare) a lot for downtown Kitchener theses days?
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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#12
Andrin paid $3.1M for a 1-hectare site for City Centre Condos. But that was before the LRT, and the city really wanted a good buyer for the property.
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(02-11-2018, 01:24 PM)KevinL Wrote: Wait, THIRTY-THREE storeys? Wow, that's a big one.

Highest yet, no?
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And on a hill, so tallest by a good margin, I should think.
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Under way already? The parking lot has been fenced in and equipment is onsite.

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