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Sage Platinum | 6 fl | ? m | Proposed
Looks like commercial. And given their track record, that's what I'd guess.
(04-12-2016, 11:15 AM)tomh009 Wrote: Many (mostly younger) couples might also be happy with a nice one-bedroom unit -- not every couple has children.

I only said “probably” singles. Realistically, the residents here will be mostly students, and mostly single, but of course it’s true that there might be a few couples. I think it’s good practice to include a variety of apartment sizes in any development, but as Markster points out there’s hardly a glut of one-bedroom apartments in the area, so it’s not the end of the world.
Are these going to be "1 bedroom plus den"? :-)
(04-12-2016, 11:20 AM)insider Wrote: I wonder if the ground floor are convertible res units or actually commercial...

Any ideas on the address?

250 Albert St.

Right beside 246 Albert

Adding a lot of density along Albert
Ok, things make sense now.  This site was originally supposed to be the other side of Sage 6.  Sage 6 has been redesigned to only front on Hemlock thus leaving the Albert St frontage open to be developed, giving us Sage Platinum.
Yes, their is retail in the ground units.  No dens, there are real 1 bedroom units.  Stay tuned for Sage Platinum 2.
Looking at In8's website, this one's not listed. Dead project maybe?
Drove by here the other day and this is under construction i believe.
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