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Old Posted Aug 12, 2012, 12:41 AM
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A little rush project i did just to have an idea...sorry for the quality






     
     
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VERY COOL! Thanks for doing that, great to see images like this. One small thing I noticed though, you've got the Icone towers on the wrong sides. So that is, the image you have there is viewing them from the south, so the two towers would trade places.
     
     
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Very cool indeed. Although at least one of the Icone towers would obscure the Roccabella from this view!
     
     
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Another rendering from Broccolini's website:

     
     
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^The nest part of l'Avenue is that it is going to hide the Sheraton centre from that angle!

L'avenue site Nov 14. 2012. my pics.

Sleek-ass sales centre, yo.




Future site of l'Avenue: feat. part of my glove.


Guy Lafleur skating towards the sales office of tour des canadiens' rival tower, L'avenue

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J'espère vraiment que celui-là commence au plus tôt, et même que son succès bloque le Roccabella. Tellement dommage de camoufler un gratte-ciel superbe alors qu'il y a des trous à combler juste un peu plus loin à l'ouest...

J'aimerais être tyran à Montréal pour quelques mois juste pour imposer une meilleure localisation de tous ces projets !
     
     
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La Presse de ce matin rapporte que l'Avenue serait vendu à 60% (et la Tour des Canadiens à 90%). Selon la firme Altus, le taux d'absorption des condos du centre-ville en général serait de plus de 60% et 57% de réservés et vendus pour Griffintown.
     
     
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I can't wait until Ottawa gets a tower proposal like this. Very funky design, reminds me of the L-Tower under construction in Toronto.
     
     
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La Presse de ce matin rapporte que l'Avenue serait vendu à 60% (et la Tour des Canadiens à 90%). Selon la firme Altus, le taux d'absorption des condos du centre-ville en général serait de plus de 60% et 57% de réservés et vendus pour Griffintown.
C'est des excellente nouvelles, surtout avec ces deux projets, car leur succès voudront dire une extension possible de la hauteur de l'Avenue (57 étages) et la green light pour les projets subséquent de Cadillac Fairview.
     
     
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Wait, they've already began construction? Wow the diagrams need to be updated
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It hasn't started construction yet, sorry to disappoint
     
     
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WIKIPEDIA SAYS:
Approved. 60% sold....., so does that mean it has to be 100% sold before construction begins?
It also says the year 2015...... I think 2015 will be the next 1962/1992
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WIKIPEDIA SAYS:
Approved. 60% sold....., so does that mean it has to be 100% sold before construction begins?
It also says the year 2015...... I think 2015 will be the next 1962/1992
They will start construction spring 2013, as this was always their plan.
     
     
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They will start construction spring 2013, as this was always their plan.
Cool. As it happens I know someone up for a big job with Broccolini. I hope he gets it, they seem like a good company to work for. :-)
     
     
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Hmmm, so it appears that the Tour des Canadiens across the street has added two floors to become 50 floors. I wonder, is it possible that they could do that here in this tower as well, adding a few floors, or does its non-rectangular design preclude this?
     
     
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