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OTIS | 7 fl | Proposed
(11-14-2018, 11:42 AM)Spokes Wrote: Was Princess Street done by Vive?  Or just commenting on the name not actually being condos?

It was not Vive, no. But it also had nice terraces, and yet ended up being a (high-end) rental building.

Permit No: 18112892
Permit is for a new 7 storey apartment building.
7 Storey plus Basement
Status: Letter Sent
Interesting timing. Is that site covered by the Downtown development tax exemption?
I believe it is. They're all coming at once!!!
Rangersfan, where are you finding these permits? Is any more information provided / has any more information ever been provided to city council (site plan, etc)? Especially considering the variances this would require, I feel like it must have been presented and recorded in minutes somewhere, no?
It's just the information from the GIS map, under "current permits" unfortunately other than the details I have been adding there is little else in terms of information from the GIS system.

Building permit now issued (18-112892 RM). Of note, this will be seven floors, not six.
Glad to see some progress given the up and down nature of this property over the years
The name always makes me think of the Otis Elevator Company.
I've wondered what it stands for
Equipment was being delivered this morning, couldn't pay to much attention as I was driving
(02-13-2019, 11:43 AM)Spokes Wrote: I've wondered what it stands for
“David’s” brother, perhaps?  Hopefully not the name of one of the developers’ kids ...
It's the swan that lives in the park: https://www.therecord.com/news-story/732...oria-park/
(02-13-2019, 09:13 PM)Lens Wrote: It's the swan that lives in the park: https://www.therecord.com/news-story/732...oria-park/

That is awesome !
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