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ONE28 | 15 fl | Proposed
6 Elgin and 130 King St N have been demolished. All three demo permits look to be posted to the fence.

Will update with pictures later.
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
That is exciting!!

The builder's name on the permit is a number company so hard to tell who bought the parcel:

Do we still know if the project is still going ahead as originally planned, named, and approved? Or is the new owner just clearing the parcels to reduce maintenance cost and risk?
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
Not much left on the site now:
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
Pheidippides thanks for all the updates!
The original public session documents from 2013 from the page below reference the same numbered company shown in the pictures above.


This project has taken a long time to get going compared to some of the other student oriented projects.

15 storeys now ?
Looks like it's time to update the name, and the render on the opening post...
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It's not so much different. They changed the colours some, and now the balcony pattern looks even more like a random squiggle. Not appealing to me personally, but not awful, either.

This is the Crown rendering, compare that to the one at the top of the thread:
Interestingly, UrbanToronto has both a news page and a Database entry on this project:


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