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357 King St East
#46
(06-16-2017, 07:57 AM)panamaniac Wrote: Not a fan of the trend of using too many (imo) exterior finishes on buildings.  The end result always looks cluttered, to my eye.  In this case, they should have stuck with one type of stone rather than two.

Now in fairly finished form:

   
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#47
That's quite handsome, in the end. Fits its purpose and complements its surroundings.
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#48
(07-16-2017, 09:45 PM)KevinL Wrote: That's quite handsome, in the end. Fits its purpose and complements its surroundings.

Agreed. Certainly and improvement
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#49
It looks okay but I thought the whole block was going to be developed at the same time.
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#50
I do believe it's a different owner for the rest of the block.
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