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Ancaster Meadowlands "old" Target store now fenced in at entry with 4-5 industrial garbage bins placed . Hopefully signs that there is a new tenant or multiple users signed .
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Some new photos of Prairie Modern...


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These are actually mostly less depressing than I expected.
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#StarryNight // West Coast inspired #townhomes coming soon to #Hamilton!! #RealEstate #Architecture #Development #Design


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Are those driveways made of marble?
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^Looks like. And the road, freshly-polished terrazzo.

With all those stars, this must be very far from the city, or perhaps on a planet with no atmosphere.

It's nice to see some builders are daring to step away from the faux traditional, and beginning to test the demand for more modern styles.

Now that we're in the post-post-modern era, or whatever era this is, we finally see some modern designs offered for houses too.
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Site plan for Losani Homes recently approved Central Park...

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Here's an aerial view of the suburban developments being built along Centennial and Upper Centennial Parkway in Stoney Creek...


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New renderings of MYST Urban Towns, by Homes By DeSantis. They'll be built at the north end of Fruitland Road, in Stoney Creek...


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And the multi-decade streak of suburban communities looking WAY better in renders than real life continues.....
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This might be appropriate in this thread.

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And the multi-decade streak of suburban communities looking WAY better in renders than real life continues.....
You give the render WAY too much credit.

Were it prairie, or modern... uh, never mind.
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Satellite City's very own gigantic satellite.
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I like how they're talking transit. Didn't Binbrook already vote to drop their limited transit scheme?
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I like how they're talking transit. Didn't Binbrook already vote to drop their limited transit scheme?
If you look at the future LRT plans the line that goes down Rymal would go to the heart of this development. Binbrook is probably 10kms South of this area.
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we can't build a 40 storey residential building in the middle of the downtown core, but we can keep doing crap like this.... the Hammer..... sigh
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we can't build a 40 storey residential building in the middle of the downtown core, but we can keep doing crap like this.... the Hammer..... sigh
They are doing crap like this because that's what people want. If there wasn't a demand then it wouldn't be built.
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