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387-397 King St E and 6 Madison Ave | 20m | 5 fl | proposed
I wonder if they are planning to start construction in advance of sales?

Not sure if this has been posted before but here is the city staff report on the project, unfortunately no project renders:

I wish there was a way to get high resolution PDFs of the site plans...
Im curious of a couple things:

1) Why separate it into two buildings?
2) Why cap the second building at 2 floors?
A lower second building will likely keep them below the permissible FAR.
Ahh true. I always forget about FAR.

I'm not complaining. The variety in height is never a bad thing.
(02-12-2019, 11:17 PM)Spokes Wrote: Ahh true.  I always forget about FAR.  

I'm not complaining.  The variety in height is never a bad thing.

I think it'll look fine here, especially as the recently-renovated (small) building at the corner of King/Cedar is also two storeys.
My thoughts exactly
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