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Old Posted Jun 11, 2011, 5:21 PM
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Red face TORONTO | 15 Mercer | 153 M | 49 FLOORS

Here is the applicants drawing:




15 MERCER ST

OPA / Rezoning 11 190616 STE 20 OZ Ward 20
- Tor & E.York May 9, 2011 --- --- --- ---

Rezoning applicaiton to permit the redevelopment of the ladns for the purposes of a new mixed use building 49 stories in height complete with 567 rediential dwelling units and 1220 square meters of retail ground floor space. Included in the proposal is the retention of the street facing facades of the heritage buildings on the lands
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It's definetly nice to see this area intensifying but the design is generic and well, as cheap as the developer could manage (is there even an actual architect involved? lol) I'm happy they're saving the old industrial buildings though and the podium seems to be the perfect scale.
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I haven't heard anything on this development in months...
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Proposals are weird sometimes. Sometimes we have proposals hitting the market right away, and some may hang around for years before being released to the public. This one hasn't been approved by the city yet. With the supply of condos in the Entertainment District being so saturated, a lot of projects are on the market for a year or two before construction starts. I think realistically, this may be held back and be part of the next wave of developments.
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Old Posted Oct 17, 2011, 5:52 PM
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15 Mercer Street, Toronto

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Finally, we get word of what this one will look like!

Thanx, knowing I didn't start this thread in vein.
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