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Old Posted Jan 8, 2017, 9:00 PM
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Or this design.....

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Old Posted Jan 8, 2017, 9:02 PM
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Are we now having the ugliest building contest for this corner?
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In regards to the latest render for the site that people are calling generic... that was from a design review panel meeting and is preliminary and only meant to illustrate massing, not finishes, so let's wait before we all lose our horses. That meeting was also months ago so it's likely that the design will have changed based on panel feedback, which was to make the tower taller and slimmer as well as to incorporate stone and brick finishes to contextualize it.

Source: I was at the meeting.

If you read back in the thread before posting you might also learn a thing or too about the developments past. In this case, those other renders are from when the site had a different owner/developer
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The prospect of the city's light rail transit line, among other changes here, drew him to Hamilton, Kemper says.

"Without the LRT, we wouldn't be building this building."

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There is soooo much money waiting on the sidelines for LRT.
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Too bad buildings like this are being proposed in the middle of nowhere.
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Old Posted Jan 29, 2017, 3:08 PM
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Bigger rendering of the podium...

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Between this and what has been proposed for the northwest corner (any news on that?) this intersection will be very different.
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A definite improvement.
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Theyre digging a hole with a dozer looking like machine similar to whatve seen in the 12 floor cannon building site, I guess the crane will go up soon..
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This thread needs a name update from Queen Street Condominiums | ? | 23 fl | Under Construction to Platinum Condominiums | ? | 23 fl | Under Construction
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Wow, MUCH better.
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Wow that is a big step up in terms of design. Massive improvement.
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Is it under construction though? Walked by lasy week and it was just a big dirt pit.
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Old Posted May 19, 2017, 1:18 AM
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lol so many radically different proposals for one building..

still.. I dunno.. I kinda liked some of the stone accent elements on some of them.. everything is going to turn into geometric shapes condos soon..
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