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Old Posted Aug 30, 2017, 4:10 AM
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I drove past this site today and they have started to grade the property.
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This thread needs a name update from 1670 Garth St | ? | 14 fl | Proposal to Majestic Condos | ? | 2 x 10 fl | Proposed
Construction has started.
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I still love the look of those condos
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Usually when I see that machine it's a sign a crane is being prepared to be installed.

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It's called The Pinnacle.

Looks pretty good. New images on this website:

http://www.pinnaclebyvalery.com

I'd love to see this sort of development all across the Mountain and other suburbs. We could add 10's of thousands of new residents without always having to sprawl across the countryside in low density subdivisions.
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Old Posted Nov 22, 2017, 4:17 PM
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Here's the full, uncovered rendering...


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I love the curved curtain wall effect in the entrance- so many buildings are just blocky these days...
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This is a good building in terms of supporting urban design in this area, which is a good ways into the mountain. The design isn't great but I'm happy enough that there'll be something up on this site and more people in the area.
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something like that grand entrance would be nice for the entrance to Jackson Square King & James entrance
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something like that grand entrance would be nice for the entrance to Jackson Square King & James entrance
I concur! Something to match the new mcmaster tower look.
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