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Why all the storefronts? Show us the people!
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Nice photos of Yorkville. How much are the condos in that Stern building?
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Thanks for the photos! This is an urban forum, nothing wrong with showing the built form rather than people...
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Nice pics, but I'd rather ride my bike than drive around in a penis car.
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Nice pics, but I'd rather ride my bike than drive around in a penis car.
Id take the penis AND the Lambo Gallardo
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I think a condo in the stern cost at least 2.5 million dollars.. I don't think they sell condos in yorkville for less....

who knows.. one bloor east is starting its prices at 800k, but that project might not get off the ground...
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Why all the storefronts? Show us the people!
It's a recession, who can afford to shop?
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Do you have any additional photos from the Bay-Bloor and Bloor-Yonge areas?
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not on me right now... but I can take some pictures.. as I am in Yorkville Right now...

Is there any specific things you want to have photographed....???
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It's a recession, who can afford to shop?
ha!!

I took these pictures at 11:30 at nite!! - The only people around were in the Village on Cumberland, in the Alleys and whatnot.... I could take pictures during the day and you will see people.. then add it on to the thread here..

Or I could take pictures of the people in the old village of Yorkville "going to" "and leaving" the clubs and restaurants at night....
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Nice shots!
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thanks.. i'm going to get some pictures in the daytime...

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Nice pictures. Ignore the silly troll caltrane.
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I think a condo in the stern cost at least 2.5 million dollars.. I don't think they sell condos in yorkville for less....
Hey, buddy. Do you honestly believe you can't get into a luxury Yorkville condo building for less than 2.5 million?!?

Anywho, Stern's One St Thomas is about a million per bedroom. That is a one bedroom unit will set you back a million , 2 bedrooms will cost around 2 million, three, three and so on.
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That area is cool, but it is too high end for me.
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Interesting area. Thanks!!
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It's a recession, who can afford to shop?
The other 91% of the labour force still with jobs.
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