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Williamsburg Walk | ?m | 4 fl| sales
#11
Could it just be for show to tempt potential buyers and make it look like construction is imminent?
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#12
(11-15-2014, 08:40 PM)JoeKW Wrote: Could it just be for show to tempt potential buyers and make it look like construction is imminent?

Possibly, during the last iteration they had a trailer up for a while.
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#13
Sunday Dec 21, 2014 - Williamsburg Walk development site
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#14
Are the slow sales a reflection of a slowing market or of an overpriced development?
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(12-22-2014, 01:05 AM)BuildingScout Wrote: Are the slow sales a reflection of a slowing market or of an overpriced development?

Just guessing here, but it seems to me that greenfield developers have generally overestimated the demand for apartment-style condos at the edge of town.
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#16
This morning I noticed that there is actually some construction equipment on site. There is now an excavator.
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#17
Yes saw the excavator as well, thinking it would cost quite a bit to have that piece of equipment sit unused, unless the company that owns it is just parking it Smile
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#18
January is not a good time to be digging in frost...anywhere. Probably just parked.
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#19
They were digging today and crews were putting up fences on next vacant lot. I'm assuming that'll be used for staging.
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#20
Here's a photo from this morning
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