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District Condos | 22 + 14 fl | Proposed
And a glassed in house?
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So it's two separate towers now, rather than a single (wide) tower? Along with the improved unit mix, this sounds like a good improvement. Am looking forward to seeing an updated render.
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I think this was one of the proposals where you could see in the layouts that "1-bedroom+den" units were actually intended as "2-bedroom", but they erased the door, sometimes the closet, and not always the wording. Overall, they've lost 10-20% of the bedrooms.
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The OMB decision is available at the following link; unfortunately no renderings are provided only specific zoning related details: http://www.omb.gov.on.ca/e-decisions/pl1...3-2017.pdf
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(03-09-2017, 01:23 PM)UrbanCanoe Wrote: The OMB decision is available at the following link; unfortunately no renderings are provided only specific zoning related details: http://www.omb.gov.on.ca/e-decisions/pl1...3-2017.pdf

Looks like the old rendering is still on their site...

http://nklproperties.com/our-projects/
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I think that's the render for the 26-floor version, not the new 22+14-floor one.
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(03-08-2017, 08:02 PM)tomh009 Wrote: So it's two separate towers now, rather than a single (wide) tower?  Along with the improved unit mix, this sounds like a good improvement.  Am looking forward to seeing an updated render.

Agreed.  I think the massing will be easier to stomach.  (Not that I hated the first)
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It's interesting that the details posted earlier of the latest(?) proposal from the Chronicle are not listed on the city's website :

https://www.waterloochronicle.ca/news-st...eet-condo/

http://www.waterloo.ca/en/business/151_king_st_n.asp

The project website still doesn't have updated renders.
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