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Old Posted Mar 16, 2018, 5:18 PM
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[Grimsby] Odyssey Condominiums | ? | 20 fl | Proposed

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There is now just one 20-storey tower, it's called Odyssey Condominiums. Here's some new renderings...


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Info: grimsby.civicweb.net/FileStorage/5CDA280A552C4F3EA583F5746AA02EDA-revised%20report%2018-10.pdf




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Introducing Odyssey, a brilliant 20 storey condominium residence, complemented by an exclusive collection of two and three-storey condo townhomes, under 30 minutes from St. Catharines, Oakville, Hamilton and Burlington. An iconic lifestyle that’s modern, convenient and comfortable awaits you. - odysseylife.ca
Website: odysseylife.ca

Builder: rosehavenhomes.com

Architect: kirkorarchitects.com


This thread needs a name update from [Grimsby] 10 Windward Drive | ? | 18 fl & 14 fl | Approved to [Grimsby] Odyssey Condominiums | ? | 20 fl | Proposed
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I love that they're proposing using "polo blue" spandrel and window frames. So nautical

This is definitely better than the previous version. I'm happy to see developers seem to be ditching KNYMH architects.
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Nice. This is the type of thing we need down by the lakefront
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Seems like a lot of pavement. Would be nice if it weren't so car oriented. Need more trees, if not on the property at least on the municipal surroundings.
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Seems like a lot of pavement. Would be nice if it weren't so car oriented. Need more trees, if not on the property at least on the municipal surroundings.
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