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c_speed3108
May 10, 2008, 7:25 PM
Domicile's latest project:

55 Ontario Avenue. (off North River Road, near McArthur)

www.rivercourtlofts.com

From 252,000 including parking.

I have some friends who have bought from these guys. We don't see enough from them. There work is quiet good: http://www.domicile.ca/portfolio/portfolio.html


[I will add a picture later...right now their website doesn't appear to be doing so well :-( ]

waterloowarrior
May 10, 2008, 7:29 PM
http://rivercourtlofts.com/img/block1.jpghttp://rivercourtlofts.com/img/block2.jpg

c_speed3108
May 10, 2008, 7:49 PM
I also love developers like these guy's and Charlesfort that don't treat the price list like it is a state secret...

Price list:

EXPIRES MAY 31, 2008
Unit Name Sq. Ft. Description 1st Floor 2nd Floor Penthouse Floor Condo Fees Per Month

the Stourbridge 589 1 bd 1 bth $228,100 $225,100 $235,400 $188.20
the Kent 653 1 bd 1 bth $251,000 $246,600 $257,900 $208.65
the Hale 690 1 bd 1 bth $261,700 $258,800 $270,600 $220.47
the Capel 757 1 bd 1 bth -------- $280,300 $293,100 $241.88
the Penkridge 780 1 bd 1 bth Den $290,300 -------- -------- $249.23
the Buckland 817 2 bd 2 bth $304,800 $301,800 $315,400 $261.05
the Haslemere 845 2 bd 2 bth $314,800 -------- -------- $270.00
the Riccall 869 2 bd 2 bth $322,000 $317,700 $332,000 $277.66
the Beauchief 906 2 bd 2 bth -------- $328,700 $343,600 $289.49
the Westway 923 2 bd 2 bth -------- $333,600 $348,700 $294.92
the Kenilworth 937 2 bd 2 bth $340,500 $337,600 $352,800 $299.39
the Cranleigh 985 2 bd 2 bth -------- $351,400 $367,300 $314.73
the Beckenham 998 2 bd 2 bth Study $359,900 $355,100 $371,100 $318.88
the Lowlands 1067 2 bd 2 bth Den -------- $374,100 $391,000 $340.93
the Bellingham 1105 2 bd 2 bth Den $388,500 $384,200 $401,500 $353.07
the Crescent 1173 2 bd 2 bth Den Study $406,200 -------- -------- $374.80


Grand Opening, Pre-construction Price List #1 - May 3, 2008
GST rebate included for qualified buyers.
Prices subject to change without notice.
One Locker will be allocated to each unit by the Vendor.
Please add $26,500 to the purchase price for One Underground Parking Space and $25/month to the condo fee.
Property Taxes are estimated at 1.25% of the purchase price of the unit and parking space.
E &OE

waterloowarrior
May 10, 2008, 8:03 PM
try putting '[code]' tags around the pricelist to see if the spacing stays ok

c_speed3108
May 10, 2008, 8:18 PM
try putting '[code]' tags around the pricelist to see if the spacing stays ok

Thank you sir! :tup:

Mille Sabords
May 13, 2008, 12:22 PM
The more I look at it, the more I like it. In terms of how a residential street can be intensified with a building that blends with its surroundings, this is as good as it gets. The detail on the building is nice to look at as well. And they have appropriately edged the property with a short retaining wall to give the sidewalk definition and provide a small semi-private space between sidewalks and ground-level balconies. This may well be the shape of things to come in the post-war suburbs that have big lots and are close to ready for more density.

waterloowarrior
Nov 8, 2008, 7:25 PM
http://wwuploads.googlepages.com/rivercourt_mslive.jpg
looks like it will fit in pretty well with the neighbourhood

Yroc
Jul 21, 2009, 8:29 PM
Pics taken today by me.

http://i889.photobucket.com/albums/ac97/yrocmorf/001.jpg

http://i889.photobucket.com/albums/ac97/yrocmorf/004.jpg

harls
Jul 22, 2009, 7:22 PM
Yep.. don't mind this at all. Nice.

k2p
Jul 23, 2009, 4:16 AM
This is great infill. Sad there can't be more like this centrally, with the three-storey being the podium for a tower. It's sad that downtown's experience with height is so often so badly done. Still, this project is just what inner suburbs need.

rocketphish
Jul 23, 2009, 6:38 PM
This is great infill. Sad there can't be more like this centrally, with the three-storey being the podium for a tower. It's sad that downtown's experience with height is so often so badly done. Still, this project is just what inner suburbs need.

This part of Overbrook has been an infill-magnet for many years. It's close to downtown, and there hasn't been much resistance to replacing the existing no-so-heritage housing stock. Just look at all the newer condos and apartments in this small area alone:

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2630/3749349837_a5d5daeb88_o_d.jpg