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Drewlo Downtown project | 22 & 18 fl | Proposed
Suburban prices have already risen like crazy

They are moving along quickly with excavation. Looks like there won't be any (fully) underground parking levels so that should substantially speed up construction.



Very very excited for this!
they hit a water main while they were doing something at drewlo I don't know what they were doing though. it looks like it is some drill or something.


That's a directional drill pointed under Charles.



There's a 600mm main under the roadway there. 
I thought they were able to direct those fairly precisely. An expensive mistake either way.
I created a drawing of what I think King St E will look like in the future when this project is finished (Also including some of the surrounding projects)

p.s. Does this project have a formal name?

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No formal name yet. Since it's rental they are not pre-selling, so no rush to announce a building name yet. It might be another year before they start marketing this.
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