Also these recent retentions that are part of developments, which is a great way to facilitate historical preservation when there's significant development pressure. Much better than the Toronto Facadism, and we've shown that we can do it here (Symphony):
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There's also plenty of TH projects outside of downtown that incorporate a historic home into the project:
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I don’t know if I would consider this project high density considering the number of units in it.Density > character homes in the core. It's nice if we can incorporate historical stuff when possible, but up is the right play, especially in this space.
As for the blank wall, I'm less offended by them when they look this good (if the end result is as shown).
Gotta love the guy shovelling snow!
I could see it if they were marketing it as privacy given the demo they are going for.I find it funny that the marketing for this is clearly trying to sell the massive blank wall as some sort of "feature wall"