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It's a unique cityscape. Kelowna looks like no other city in Canada. This is one of those textbook examples of how ongoing development can define and differentiate a city, even though anti-development types love to claim that development makes all cities look the same.
Yeah, and as defined by the city, that is only the cultural district. And, I agree with what you're saying. Although I wouldn't a more noticeable city center for Kelowna, it's also nice that have unique clusters of hi-rises.
Wow, if those 6 blocks are all built up with those highrises Kelowna is going to have such an amazing skyline. After seeing that last pano I think it's going to be a lot like Vancouver with not only a great skyline but an amazing backdrop as well.
Nice! But the Skye would be over to the extreme left( you can see the preloading peak through there ). The height seems about right. The currect location you have looks about right for the icon ( 21 - 22 ). Also might want to put something in where the westin was as something will be going there ( again current rumor is that the centuria company will be doing something there ).
Also, skye preloading looks to have started the unloading!
Those stats show Kelowna's residential permits plummeting by two-thirds in 2006, which is surprising. Most parts of the country have levelled off but not declined to such a degree. Has there been an upswing in 2007?
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