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K2 Condos | 21 fl | U/C
I'm curious too. To be honest, I'm mostly happy that the street-aesthetic has improved over some of those earlier Northdale building.
(09-22-2017, 07:33 AM)MidTowner Wrote: What are you seeing in, for instance, a building like Red that screams to you "low quality," that I am missing when I look at it and feel that it looks pretty nice and probably on the whole reasonably well-constructed?

I don't think he's referring to the Red as an example, but rather to the Northdale cluster in general.  In his post he said:

(09-22-2017, 07:19 AM)ac3r Wrote: It's safe to say most of the condominium buildings are going to age well - i.e not "fall apart" like apartment buildings tend to do as they age over the decades. But a lot of these low-rent student housing blocks are not.

My assumption was that Red was in that former category.
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