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Precedent on the Parc/Residence On Park | 6 fl | Proposed
(CTV) Kitchener council approves heritage permit

Why does CTV always flash to renderings of the massive Charlie West when discussing this property? Fake news! Going to mislead residents.
(09-11-2017, 04:16 PM)highlander Wrote: 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

Interestingly ... the head of Vive is Stephen Litt, who was also president of Revel at the time that they proposed to do the original development three years ago.  In between it was promoted briefly by Better Homes and Gardens, but that's a brokerage, not a developer. It appears that Mr Litt really likes this project and took it with him from Revel to Vive.  (It's not clear what's going on at Revel these days, or who is even heading up the company now.)
A new Vive developments coming soon sign has appeared on the property, so I guess it's not dead yet.
(08-16-2018, 03:19 PM)taylortbb Wrote: A new Vive developments coming soon sign has appeared on the property, so I guess it's not dead yet.

Vive is definitely going places!

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