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Old Posted Aug 13, 2015, 2:17 AM
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Considering that this project's purpose is for affordable rental units I guess it's okay.
They're high end rentals.
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Well in that case, I'm disgusted with the construction.
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what the heck. these are high end rentals?

always thought it was low end affordable rentals
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what the heck. these are high end rentals?

always thought it was low end affordable rentals
Indeed they are "high end rentals". I actually emailed them asking prices for a one bedroom out of curiosity. Also to get an idea of what I could rent out my one bedroom in 150 Main West for if need be. I couldn't find the email, but if I remember correctly it was somewhere around $1200-$1300 a month for the one bedroom (don't think that includes utilities). Seems a little steep to me...
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Pre fab luxury with old school single air units eh
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Indeed they are "high end rentals". I actually emailed them asking prices for a one bedroom out of curiosity. Also to get an idea of what I could rent out my one bedroom in 150 Main West for if need be. I couldn't find the email, but if I remember correctly it was somewhere around $1200-$1300 a month for the one bedroom (don't think that includes utilities). Seems a little steep to me...
This project may prove an economic disaster then. I mean do they really think people will be willing to pay that for this place?
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I can see paying $999 in rent for this place. not 4 figures.

the good shepherd low income housing looks better than this

I would have been OK with the development if the price point matched the construction.
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This project may prove an economic disaster then. I mean do they really think people will be willing to pay that for this place?
Exactly, anything over $1000 is too much IMO. Makes me wonder what the luxury rentals at Bella Tower across the street will be renting for then...
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I think they could get over 1000. Admittedly the construction might be shoddy, but there aren't many options for brand new apartments in Hamilton. The apartment stock is pretty old since not much got built since the seventies. Plus vacancy is pretty low right now.
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^If that's the case, then Hamiltonians could be in for a world of hurt...
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I think they could get over 1000. Admittedly the construction might be shoddy, but there aren't many options for brand new apartments in Hamilton. The apartment stock is pretty old since not much got built since the seventies. Plus vacancy is pretty low right now.

Until bella towers opens up across the street. Or the development on king william and john
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Where is the urban braille that is suppose to be on all downtown sidewalks?
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