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LOL! I meant Manhattan as in the NYC borough, not the Victoria condo building.
Except in Manhattan all of the buildings don't appear to be the same height plus or minus a few floors. :-(
Wow, HP1 looks like a great addition from that angle. A fresh new face in the mix. The new retirement residence, on the other hand... To be fair, I don't think it realized MarkoJ was about to take a picture, otherwise it would have turned around instead of showing its back side.
Between the retirement residence and the tower levels of Yates on Yates in the distance, I'm kind of hoping this "grey panel" phase in Victoria architecture is going to end as suddenly as it started. There's nothing wrong with that cladding unto itself, but it's just really bland when used to excess.
I can imagine the CoV embracing it for being charmless and thus uncontroversial (similar to that goofy plank siding we've seen on various new lowrise buildings). Having too much of it around on prominent buildings would definitely not be a good thing.
November 14th will be the final time purchasers can view the project's show suite and market-leading interactive displays.
Mixed-use residential and commercial development seeks highest environmental accreditation in Canada.
First-in-BC technology delivers new experience for homebuyers at James Bay's Capital Park Residences
Concert Virtual™ technology at the Capital Park Residences presentation centre has replaced a traditional pre-sale showroom focal point with a interactive alternative.