The Wade is a two-building, 102-unit mixed-use condominium and ground floor commercial development spanning the east side of the 1400-block of Cook Street between Johnson Street and Pandora Avenue.
The 1950's-era Medical Arts Building, situated at Pandora Avenue and Cook Street, will be restored and transformed into a residential building.
A new-build, four-storey concrete lowrise will be situated at Cook and Johnson streets.
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Studios: 367-395 square feet available in one layout with slight deviations.
Junior one-bedroom: 401-514 square feet available in two layouts.
One-bedroom: 407 square feet available in one layout.
Junior two-bedroom: 528-733 square feet available in eight layouts.
Two-bedroom: 714-828 square feet available in four layouts.
Two-bedroom + den: 819-894 square feet available in three layouts.
Modern roller shades with integrated valance on all exterior windows.
Approximately 24,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space will front onto Johnson Street, Cook Street and Pandora Avenue.
New to the post, acouple of questions:
1. Curious why the construction of the extension of the old building to the east hasn’t begun. You would think the concrete pour would happen at once, but maybe it’s a site access issue?
2. I was looking closer at the model and plans and it looks like only the new building to the south has floor to ceiling windows while the old building ( and extension to the east) maintains the concrete facade limiting window height? Wouldnt make for a uniniform look (and was never communicated by sales staff and it was all,advertised as floor to ceiling windows)...
Welcome to the forum, Holmes!
Hello! Also a new poster. I’ve been following the thread for a while. I purchased a jr. 1bd. in the old building. From what I remember the sale team did tell us that the windows would not be floor to ceiling.
Welcome to the forum, Zzz!
Always always review the architectural working drawings when buying a pre-sale. You'll identify many things that are missed in the marketing floor plan.
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