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Precedent on the Parc/Residence On Park | 6 fl | Proposed
#11
I have registered on their site ... hoping for something good.
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#12
If you have an extra $900,000.00 lying around this property could be yours:


http://www.remax.ca/on/kitchener-real-es...14530-lst/
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#13
So another project for this site falls through ... first Revel, then Better Homes. Will they find a taker for this?

$900K for the land, but surely $10M+ for putting up a building, depending on what it ends up being.
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#14
Looks like there's a new proposal for this site by Vive Development - 6 stories, 30 units (10x 1B, 20x 2B) and 24 underground parking spots. Undecided whether it will be rentals or condos.

Modern condo could replace derelict site

   
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#15
Let's hope it happens this time! This is a small enough building, selling (or renting) 30 units overlooking the park should not be a problem.
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#16
So originally this was proposed to be 80 units, and now it's proposed to be just 30. Originally 12 floors, now just 6.
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#17
If the noise from events didn't bother you, a terrace overlooking the park might be quite nice.....
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#18
Does anyone know what project is being referred to in the following quote from The Record article?

"
But Coun. Bil Ioannidis said he thought heritage districts can have a mix of modern and old, so long as the designs are attractive. "I know some other contemporary buildings were approved on Ahrens. I think it's the wave of the future and I think it's the way cities are being built today within heritage districts."
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#19
(09-11-2017, 07:50 PM)panamaniac Wrote: If the noise from events didn't bother you, a terrace overlooking the park might be quite nice.....

With good windows, it should not be a problem. We don't hear the music, or emergency vehicles, or traffic, as long as we keep our windows and balcony door closed.
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#20
(09-11-2017, 07:50 PM)panamaniac Wrote: If the noise from events didn't bother you, a terrace overlooking the park might be quite nice.....

This is Downtown Kitchener, you know, a place trying to become a city. Noise is common and expected in cities, and many people actually enjoy it...
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