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American Block Redevelopment | 3 fl | Proposed
#71
Perhaps this helps to show what is proposed to come down:
   

   
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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#72
So to clarify the above image, this doesn't change the majority of the King St frontage?
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#73
(11-11-2017, 09:20 AM)Spokes Wrote: So to clarify the above image, this doesn't change the majority of the King St frontage?

Note that the street running closest to horizontal in the picture is Queen, not King. If I’m understanding correctly, it doesn’t touch either the King or Queen frontages at all. The cinder block addition, as well as the “blank facade” it mentions, are on Goudies Lane. The rest of the demolition is behind the buildings.
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#74
Pheidippides thanks for posting that picture, it really helps to clarify what is being requested here.
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#75
Also, no part of building A is set for demolition. This will mean no change to any of the King frontage.
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#76
Anyone know what the timeline is for this development? Have the demolition permits been approved, even?

Subsequently, does anyone know if this property has a basement? I figured som rudimentary information like that might be available on GIS, but apparently not
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#77
Finally, a workable plan for the American Hotel block?

https://www.therecord.com/news-story/880...old-hotel/
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#78
Here's hoping something happens this time!
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#79
Promising! Vive is really becoming a major player in DTK, I think they are up to six or seven projects now (some complete and others in planning phases).
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