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345 King St W
#46
Nice! The building looks good. Looks like no ground-floor retail but still a nice ground-floor finish with the wall set well back from the sidewalk. There is plenty of ground-floor retail space available within 100m of the building, both across the street and over in Eaton Lofts, so I can accept the lack of retail in this building.
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#47
(09-22-2017, 09:40 AM)tomh009 Wrote: Nice!  The building looks good.  Looks like no ground-floor retail but still a nice ground-floor finish with the wall set well back from the sidewalk.  There is plenty of ground-floor retail space available within 100m of the building, both across the street and over in Eaton Lofts, so I can accept the lack of retail in this building.

From the press release, "345 King West will be a 6 storey, 120,000 SF office building featuring at grade retail space and will be a welcome addition to the King Street streetscape."

So now you can be even happier.
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#48
That looks great. And I think six storeys is very appropriate there.
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#49
(09-22-2017, 10:00 AM)KingandWeber Wrote:
(09-22-2017, 09:40 AM)tomh009 Wrote: Nice!  The building looks good.  Looks like no ground-floor retail but still a nice ground-floor finish with the wall set well back from the sidewalk.  There is plenty of ground-floor retail space available within 100m of the building, both across the street and over in Eaton Lofts, so I can accept the lack of retail in this building.

From the press release, "345 King West will be a 6 storey, 120,000 SF office building featuring at grade retail space and will be a welcome addition to the King Street streetscape."

So now you can be even happier.

Ah!  I should have read the press release instead of just looking at the render!  Indeed, I'm quite happy with this now!
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#50
It looks like the project will also consist of the neighbouring property (319-331 king st)
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#51
A perfect fit!
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