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General Urban Kitchener Updates and Rumours
(7 hours ago)tomh009 Wrote:
(01-18-2019, 12:51 PM)panamaniac Wrote: By my count, there are currently five old buildings in DTK undergoing renovation, mostly for new office space (former Budd's, former Legion, American Block, K-W Labour Assoc., and 87 King W.  I wonder if that might not be an all-time record for simultaneous renos downtown?

I'm hopeful that we might be able to add the Pearl Laundry building to the list soon.

Where is this?

(7 hours ago)kidgibnick Wrote:
(8 hours ago)urbd Wrote: It's ok. I'm not a fan of the Park Street facade, too dark and plain. I really wish they had added balconies to that side. It's good sensitive intensification though.

Agreed. IMO 144 Park style townhomes would have looked better, especially considering the other nearby brick buildings (iE. the hospital) are of this reddish-brown brick.

Id love to see this happen more throughout the region.  But I have a massive soft spot for brownstone type buildings
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