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Old Posted Nov 5, 2015, 3:10 PM
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You can't register the condo until 51% of units are sold. At that point it is registered and a condo board formed. Until that time, all owners rent their units from the developer - so they pay rent instead of their mortgage, and this can go on for a long time if sales are slow.
Obviously 'sales' at Q are very slow, as are sales at other condos.
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I stopped by the sales office today. The lady, that was presenting, said the building is 61% sold.
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I stopped by the sales office today. The lady, that was presenting, said the building is 61% sold.
PVSC shows no sales :
The 2016 Assessment for the property is $6,277,500
The 2015 assessment was $5,750,000

viewpoint.ca shows the property as apartments.
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PVSC shows no sales :
The 2016 Assessment for the property is $6,277,500
The 2015 assessment was $5,750,000

viewpoint.ca shows the property as apartments.
I don't think they've got their condo registration yet, have they? If that's the case, that would explain no sales showing, because condo sales don't close until the condo is registered. It's definitely not an apartment building, because I know people who have "bought" there.
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Balconies! Finally!
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Are those straps holding up the balconies? How bizarre.
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Just a reminder that the hole was dug for this over 4 years ago?! And it is still not finished.

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Demolition is pretty much done, all the old concrete foundation is being crushed on site to be re-used. These are some photos I snapped today:




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Old Posted Jul 19, 2016, 7:39 PM
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This one has been under construction so long...

... that Bowie was still making records when they started.
... that people thought ISIS was a defunct Halifax ISP.
... some people in NS thought the provincial NDP govt wasn't bad.
... Peter Kelly was still Mayor.

The 5 Moes have broken their own previous record with this one.
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I'm guessing this one can finally be switched to completed.

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I don't think they've got their condo registration yet, have they? If that's the case, that would explain no sales showing, because condo sales don't close until the condo is registered. It's definitely not an apartment building, because I know people who have "bought" there.
The first registered sale was 14 October 2016 with many units sold in November and December. In 2017 6 sales leaving 21 units available in a 72 unit development.
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