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Old Posted Feb 20, 2016, 2:18 AM
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At least stuff gets built in B-Town
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At least stuff gets built in B-Town
After 3 years of being approved and going through sales. Who knows how many years of planning before this forum caught wind of it. So a number of Hamilton projects are going much faster than this.
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Are all towers being built at once or are they being built in phases?
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Old Posted Oct 6, 2016, 1:12 PM
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I believe they're constructing the three closest to the Go station first, then the two further away.
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Old Posted Jan 7, 2017, 11:20 PM
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Beautiful blue glass, thats what we need here in hamilton, it gives out a really good vibe
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This is a massive development for Burlington. It is coming to the market just as real estate prices are skyrocketing

I hope prices in the GTA/Hamilton will stabilize so we won't get the peak and crash of the late 80's and early 90's. An interest rate increase of a couple of percent could cause another real estate crash in the GTA (unfortunately brilliant Donald Trump is pushing for higher interest rates ).
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I wish oakville never existed, theyre building more condos meaning more cars more heavy traffic..
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I wish oakville never existed, theyre building more condos meaning more cars more heavy traffic..
As opposed to urban sprawl which doesnt add any traffic right?
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I wish oakville never existed, theyre building more condos meaning more cars more heavy traffic..
As my British Grandmother use to say, wish in one hand, shit in the other, see which gets full first.
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I wish oakville never existed, theyre building more condos meaning more cars more heavy traffic..
Good thing this is Burlington and built as a TOD then?
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I think theyre installing new crane or already have installed, not sure.
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Old Posted Jul 12, 2017, 11:36 PM
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That's quite big.
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That lighter square looks like a mouth.
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Old Posted Sep 30, 2017, 6:07 AM
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That's quite big.
And to think the one in that picture is going to be taller than the one on the right. AND there are supposed to be 5 towers there.

I was at the mobility hub meeting for this area because I own a condo in the currently be built building, and they are planning for the entire area around the Go Station to be medium to high density mixed-use residential. A liberty village type of deal. I think it is a great goal, to have a community around the station that is within a 15 minute walk from the station where most of the necessities will be. Exciting times for both Burlington and Hamilton!
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