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Duke Tower Kitchener | 33fl | Proposed
(09-19-2018, 04:50 PM)tomh009 Wrote: Looks like it will be the only tall building in DTK!

Ya gotta love a tower that can make the Regency disappear!
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(09-19-2018, 04:50 PM)tomh009 Wrote: Looks like it will be the only tall building in DTK!

Not many tall buildings in DTK -- limits, of what, 17-19 floors?

DTK (not DTK) is also at a more elevated height, vs, say, Charlie, DTK will be taller than Charlie by a large margin.

Ready to see this go into action though..
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Forgive my ignorance, have sales started?
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(Yesterday, 09:11 AM)Spokes Wrote: Forgive my ignorance, have sales started?

I believe so.  It is interesting that their site lists it as 34 Stories.

https://www.dtk-condos-kitchener.com/in8...gKOXvD_BwE
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The former barbershop space, facing Frederick, is their sales office.
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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(Yesterday, 10:32 AM)KevinL Wrote: The former barbershop space, facing Frederick, is their sales office.

The sales office appears to be closed now, all the floorplans and renderings have been taken down. Which makes me think that it is sold out.
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(Yesterday, 11:17 AM)tomh009 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 10:32 AM)KevinL Wrote: The former barbershop space, facing Frederick, is their sales office.

The sales office appears to be closed now, all the floorplans and renderings have been taken down. Which makes me think that it is sold out.

That seems difficult to believe.... but maybe.. 

Or maybe they have to relocate the office to tear down the building ?
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(Yesterday, 11:44 AM)Rainrider22 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 11:17 AM)tomh009 Wrote: The sales office appears to be closed now, all the floorplans and renderings have been taken down. Which makes me think that it is sold out.

That seems difficult to believe.... but maybe.. 

Or maybe they have to relocate the office to tear down the building ?

When I talked to them in May, they were already at over 50%, so selling out (or close enough to selling out, to close the sales office) is quite conceivable.
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(Yesterday, 01:03 PM)tomh009 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 11:44 AM)Rainrider22 Wrote: That seems difficult to believe.... but maybe.. 

Or maybe they have to relocate the office to tear down the building ?

When I talked to them in May, they were already at over 50%, so selling out (or close enough to selling out, to close the sales office) is quite conceivable.

WOW,  thats great to hear.  I hope that is the case.  That kind of success should ensure continued development
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I wouldn't be THAT surprised. The condo market is HOT right now
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(Yesterday, 01:42 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 01:03 PM)tomh009 Wrote: When I talked to them in May, they were already at over 50%, so selling out (or close enough to selling out, to close the sales office) is quite conceivable.

WOW,  thats great to hear.  I hope that is the case.  That kind of success should ensure continued development

(Yesterday, 03:39 PM)Spokes Wrote: I wouldn't be THAT surprised. The condo market is HOT right now

Remember that all of these new buildings (Charlie, Garment, this one) are completely snatched by investors. They buy 20+ units at a time! And usually months before it goes on sale to the public.
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