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246-248 Lester St | 12 fl | Proposed
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246-248 Lester Street
IBI Group 
It consists of a twelve-storey residential building with 85 one-bedroom units. It will have 22 parking spaces, and the ground floor will consist of one residential unit with a private patio.



   
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Looks more like the plain University district developments of 6 to 10 years ago, only taller.
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(03-30-2018, 05:14 PM)rangersfan Wrote: Looks more like the plain University district developments of 6 to 10 years ago, only taller.

nasty...figured it was a schembri build.  these buildings are going to age terribly.
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Oh, I thought these things were stopped. No I guess, huh. Yikes.
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At least it's not super tall.
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(03-30-2018, 08:39 PM)myfaceisonfire Wrote:
(03-30-2018, 05:14 PM)rangersfan Wrote: Looks more like the plain University district developments of 6 to 10 years ago, only taller.

nasty...figured it was a schembri build.  these buildings are going to age terribly.

Agreed. Barf!
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