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Eaton Lofts
#91
I don't mind the brick facade, nor the black facade, but I don't think they go all that well together.

I guess we'll have to wait to see the final product, how they're tied together.
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#92
(07-31-2018, 01:11 PM)Tony_Plow Wrote: Would be nice if they would fix up the exterior of the upper floors as well - they look terrible.
Perhaps they should paint it all out dark grey and install glass balconies.

That would be up to the condo corporation. And I think they are still catching up from the builder's bankruptcy (especially based on the quite high condo fees) so an exterior refresh may not be on the cards quite yet.
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(08-04-2018, 08:18 AM)danbrotherston Wrote: I don't mind the brick facade, nor the black facade, but I don't think they go all that well together.

I guess we'll have to wait to see the final product, how they're tied together.

Black and grey cladding seems to be flavour of the month, but in this case a warm limestone would have looked better, imo.
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