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City Centre/Young Condominiums | 67 & 46 m | 17 & 12 fl | U/C
That is from Duke Street, there is an office building facing King. You can see it at the back of the render there. The ground floor on King has retail and it transitions from that to a parking level underneath the "Ground" floor entrance from Duke.

The greenery in front of the building is the existing drop off area for phase 1.

It is indeed much larger than the original plans. The previous zoning approval is now quite old, its time for an update.
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So is the office building fronting King St a new addition to the project?
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(05-15-2018, 09:55 PM)rangersfan Wrote: So is the office building fronting King St a new addition to the project?

No, it was always considered but as a podium of the residential tower... now it is a semi-standalone building
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I wonder if that means they're now thinking of going ahead with the second tower but holding off on the building fronting on King?
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Wouldn't it make sense to do it all at once? Or am I still picturing this whole thing wrong?
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(05-17-2018, 08:03 PM)Spokes Wrote: Wouldn't it make sense to do it all at once?  Or am I still picturing this whole thing wrong?

It might make sense, or not so much if there's nobody lining up for the office and retail space.
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There is a billboard up on Homer Watson advertising Young Condos with the render recently posted above, so that confirms what the project will look like.
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