Langham is basically responsible for half of 104th Street at this point and they've produced some heinous eyesores in the process. At least on podium-level, Icons are ok. As much as this lot has potential to "extend" 104 south of Jasper more with engaging CRUs, based on the path the Fox podium has taken, I'm a little skeptical. 104th feels like a failure to launch, especially without the City Market.Sadly, very little innovation or evolution over the years...
|To construct a 29 Storey Apartment building (240 Dwellings) with amenity space on level 02, General Retail on the main floor and 5 underground parking levels - Falcon Tower One.|
|10027 - 104 STREET NW|
Remind me, what is going to be the height of the under-construction tower? 110 meters?29:floors is a lot less than the 38 originally proposed. The unit numbers for Tower 1 have shrunk from 296 to 240 so a loss of 56 or 5.6 units per each of the 10 floors cut. And the 240 units is 8.275 units per floor based on 29 floors. They must have really shrunk the unit sizes. Maybe someone has a better grasp of what is happening with the reductions.
“Address 10019 104 Street NW, Edmonton, T5K 2X7
Category Residential, Commercial (Retail)
Status Under Construction
Number of Buildings 2
Height 558 ft / 170.00 m, 476 ft / 145.00 m
Storeys 38, 44
Number of Units 296, 356
Developer Langham Developments Limited
Architect Arc Studio, KENNEDY”
I wonder how much the second tower will be cut from the planned 44 as posted here.