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Caroline St Private Residences | 22 fl | U/C
Park at future IHT side:

Caroline at future IHT side:

Caroline side:
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.

I can't help but laugh a bit about this one. 144 Park was SO hyped around here and Wonderful Waterloo. This one gets very little attention. Speaks a lot to how much else is going on from a development perspective in Waterloo Region these days.
Indeed. There was not much major condo construction going on concurrently with 144 Park (maybe RED and Arrow Lofts? I think 1 Victoria had not started yet) so it had a super high profile. Now we have Charlie West, DTK, 100 Victoria, Brick all under construction, plus more in the pipeline. And apartment buildings, too.
I seen this one from Waterloo Town Square on Friday and thought it was starting to look pretty sharp. I hadn't seen it in person in quite some time.
Anyone bought units in this building? If so, what is your move in date? I ended up going with 100 vic but want to know how far off they are in terms of completion.
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