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26, 28 Dorset & 7 Princess | 11 fl | Proposed
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26, 28 Dorset Street & 7 Princess Street West

Land Owner/Applicant:  D & A Limited Partnership GP Inc.
Project: Construct a new 11 storey mixed use addition (building) connected to the north facade of the existing 5 storey building.  The new addition will contain 227 square metres of ground floor street facing commercial space and 59 residential units in storeys above.  The overall development would contain a total of 70 units, 105 bedrooms, 396 square metres (4,262 square feet) of commercial/office floor area, and 51 parking spaces.
Zoning Application

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Oh thank god I thought this was where Jane Bond is and almost burst a blood vessel
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Interesting how the existing 26 Dorset seems to have had this in mind all along - the side facing the new work is essentially blank.
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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(05-09-2018, 10:47 AM)GtwoK Wrote: Oh thank god I thought this was where Jane Bond is and almost burst a blood vessel

HAHAHA!! I do like this development however and would accept it if it was. Tongue
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It is where Jane Bond is, only it stops next door instead of gobbling Jane Bond up.
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(05-09-2018, 11:09 AM)KevinL Wrote: Interesting how the existing 26 Dorset seems to have had this in mind all along - the side facing the new work is essentially blank.

And that's a smart thing to do if you are building with zero setback.
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I really like the look of this project, nice find.
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I agree with Rangers fan. And it seems to fit in well with it's neighbour across Princess
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